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Full text of "Journal of the North Carolina Annual Conference of the Methodist Church [serial]"

One Hundred Twenty-First Session 

of the 

NORTH CAROLINA 
CONFERENCE 

Sootheastern Jurisdiction 

Th^Methodist Chiirch 

(Eighteenth since Unification in 



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GREENVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA 
June 25-28, 1956 



Journal 



OF THE 



North Carolina Annual Conference 

Southeastern Jurisdiction 



OF 



The Methodist Church 



Edited for the Conference by 

W. Carleton Wilson 

Saint James Methodist Church 

Tarboro, N. C. 



JARVIS MEMORIAL METHODIST CHURCH 
Greenville, North Carolina 

June 25-28, 1956 




Paul Neff Garber 
Presiding Bishop, Richmond Area 



CONTENTS 

SECTION I— Page 

Conference Officers 4 

Historical Statement and Record of Sessions of N. C. Conference . . 5 

Rules of Order and Procedure 6 

SECTION II— 

Quadrennial Boards and Commissions 9 

Committees for the Quadrennium 14 

Committees for 1956 Conference 16 

Other Committees and Organizations 16 

District Boards of Church Buildings and Location 21 

District Committees on Ministerial Qualifications 22 

Classes in Courses of Study 23 

Lay Delegates to Annual Conference 24 

Classified Chronological Roll of the Conference 30 

Conference Directory 39 

SECTION Ill- 
Conference Program 48 

Minutes of Special Session 52 

Journal of Proceedings (Day by Day minutes) 56 

Condensed Minutes (The business of the Annual Conference) 75 

Appointments for 1956-57 80 

Changes in Appointments Between Sessions 1955-56 90 

Changes in Charge and District Boundaries 90 

Memoirs 93 

Roll of Deceased Mmisterial Members Ill 

SECTION IV— Reports: Parts 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 

District Superintendents 113 

Boards, Commissions, and Committees 121 

Quadrennial Committees 186 

Other Committees and Conference Related Organizations 191 

Amendments, Motions, Resolutions 207 

SECTION V— 

Report of Conference Treasurer — Other Financial Exhibits 213 

SECTION VI— Statistical Exhibits 253 



Section I 



Conference Officers 

President 

Bishop Paul N. Garber 

404 Methodist Building, Richmond, N. C. 

Secretary 
W. Carleton Wilson 
Box 630, Tarboro, N. C. 

Associate Secretary 
LaFon C. Vereen 
Farmville, N. C. 

Statistician 

D. D. Traynham 

Jackson, N. C. 

Conference Treasurer 

Marvin J. Co^VELL 

Box 10344, Cameron Village, Raleigh, N. C. 

Journal Secretaries 

Chester J. Andrews James A. Auman 

Carl W. Barbee 

Conference Stenographers 

Mrs. James A. Auman Mrs. LaFon C. Vereen 

Mrs. W. C. Wilson 

Conference Lay Leader 

J. Nelson Gibson, Jr. 

Gibson, N. C. 

Executive Secretary, Conference Board of Education 

C. P. Morris 

Box 6667, College Station, Durham, N. C. 

Executive Director, Conference Board of Evangelism 

Hiram K. King 

Box 10522, Raleigh, N. C. 

Executive Director, Methodist College Foundation, Inc. 

D. D. Holt 

107 Odell Place, Greensboro, N. C. 

Conference Missionary Secretary 

M. W, Lawrence 

1014 Monmouth Avenue, Durham, N. C. 

Executive Secretary, Conference Board of Missions 

Thomas A. Collins 

920 Boone Trail, Raleigh, N. C. 

Conference Secretary, Town and Country Work 
Ralph I. Epps 
Grifton, N. C. 

Director of Field Work, Town and Country Commission 

Roy L. Turn age, Jr. 

Ayden, N. C. 



HISTORICAL STATEMENT 

The North Carolina Conference was set off from the Virginia Conference 
in May, 1836, and in 1850, and again in 1870, North Carolina territory in the 
South Carolina Conference was transferred to this Conference. In 1890 North 
Carolina territory in the Holston Conference and in the Virginia Conference, 
except that beyond the Chowan River, was transferred to the North Carolina 
Conference, and the Conference was divided into the North Carolina and 
Western North Carolina Conferences. In 1894 the remaining North Carolina 
territory in the Virginia Conference was transferred to the North Carolina 
Conference. 

The North Carolina Conference of The Methodist Church was composed 
of the North Carolina Conference of the former M. E. Church, South, and 
parts of the North Carolina Conference of the former Methodist Protestant 
Church and the Blue Ridge-Atlantic Conference of the former Methodist 
Episcopal Church. The former Methodist Episcopal Church gave to the 
North Carolina Conference of The Methodist Church 9 preachers, 11 charges 
and 1,837 members; the former Methodist Protestant Cliurch 23 preachers, 
20 charges and 9,152 members; the former Methodist Episcopal Church, 
South, 273 preachers, 226 charges and 132,735 members. 



SESSIONS OF THE NORTH CAROLINA CONFERENCE 
OF THE METHODIST CHURCH 

(Since Unification in 1939) 











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Wli.-re llrl.l 


When 


Preside!. 


Secretary 




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Fayetteville 


Nov. 1939 


W. W. Peele 


T. McM. Grant . 


143,724 


98,650 


Wilmington 


Nov. 1940 


Clare Purcell 


T. McM. Grant . 


143,432 


96.710 


Durham 


Nov. 19411 Clare Purcell 


T. McM. Grant . 


144,839 


96,451 


Wilson 


Nov. 19421 Clare Purcell 
Nov. 19431 Clare Purcell 


T. McM. Grant . 
T. McM. Grant . 


146,143 
149.703 


93,626 


Rocky Mount . . . 


90.641 


Raleigh 


Nov. 19441 W. W. Peele 


T. McM. Grant . 


151,955 


83,340 


Goldsboro 


Nov. 19451 W. W. Peele 


T. McM. Grant . 


154,081 


88,622 


Henderson 


Nov. 19461 W. W. Peele 


T. McM. Grant . 


159,399 


95.914 


Elizabeth City . . 


Nov. 19471 W. W. Peele 


T. McM. Grant . 


161,855 


102,397 




Nov. 19481 W. W. Peele 


T. McM. Grant . 


163,748 


105.785 


Sanford 


Nov. 19491 W. W. Peele 


T. McM. Grant . 


166.380 


109.059 


Kinston 


Nov. 19501 W. W. Peele 


T. McM. Grant . 


168,629 


113.983 


Wilmington 


Nov. 19511 PaulN. Garber 


1 T. McM. Grant . 


169,181 


115.903 


Burlington 


Oct. 19521 PaulN. Garher 


1 T. McM. Grant 


169,615 


120,491 


Durham 


Oct. 19531 Paul N. Garber 


W. Carleton Wilso 


1 171,377 


124,870 


Raleigh . 


Oct. 19541 PaulN. Garber 


W. Carleton Wilsot 


1 172.550 


12'^.614 


Fayetteville . | 


rune 19551 Paul N. Garber 


W. Carleton Wilsoi 


1 1 174,407 


132,294 


Greenville | 


June 19551 Paul N. Garber | 


W. Carleton Wilsor 


1 178,548 


137,591 



North Carolina Annual Conference 

Rules of Order and Procedure for the North Carolina 
Annual Conference of The Methodist Church 



I. RULES OF ORDER 

1. Robert's Rules of Order shall apply to any situation not covered by these Rules. 

2. No member who has the floor may be interrupted except for a breach of order, a 
misrepresentation, to direct the attention of the Conference to the fact that time 
has arrived for a special order, or to raise a very urgent question of high privilege. 

3. No member shall speak a second time on the same question if any member who 
has not yet spoken desires the floor, nor more than twice on the same subject under 
the same motion, nor longer than ten minutes unless his time shall be extended by 
the Conference, except as provided in Rule 4. 

4. When the report of a committee is under consideration and when all have spoken 
who desire to do so, or when (and after) the previous question has been ordered, 
the chairman and/or duly authorized member or members presenting the commit- 
tee's renort (and the minority report if there be one) shall be entitled to speak 
before the vote is taken. 

5. A member claiming the floor at any time for what he believes is a very urffent 
question of hi"fh privilege, shall be allowed to indicate briefly the nature of the 
question, and if ft be adiudsred bv the chair to be su("h. he mav proceed at his 
pleasure, or until the chairman judges he has exhausted his privilege. 

6. Voting shall be bv a show of hands unless otherwise ordered bv the Conference. 
A "vea" and "nav" vote, if taken, shall be by written ballot, which result will be 
published in the Conference Tnumal. A count vote may be ordered on call of any 
member supported by one-fifth of the members present and voting, in which case 
the delegates shall rise from their seats and stand while they are counted. 

n. ORGANIZATION 

1. The Secretarv: The secretarv of the Annual Conference shall be elected auadren- 
niallv, at the first session of the Conference after the meeting of the General Con- 
ference; and on nominations arising from the floor. 

2. Assistant Secretaries: The secretary shall nominate his assistants and the Conference 
shall elect. 

3. S'-nt'sticians: There shall be a conference statistician and an assisant statistician. 
Th^ stfHstician shnll be elected ouadrenniallv at the fi'-<:t session after the meeting 
of the General Conference. The assistant statistician shall be elected annually upon 
nomination by the statistician. 

4. Conference Stenographers: The conference secretary shall employ the conference i 
stenographers. 

5. Comnensatinn: The Commission on World Service and Finance shall determine, 
subiect to the approval of the Conference, the compensation given officers for their 
ser^nces and also the method and amount for meeting expenses of said officers. The ! 
conference treasurer shall pay these amounts. 

6. Boards, Commissions, and Committees: The Tlishop and his Cabinet shall determine 
the siVe of and nominate the members of all boards, commissions, and committees 
authoriVed bv the General Conference, the Southeastern Tunsdictinnal Conference, 
and this Annual Conference, except in those cases in which the Discipline directs 
otherwise. The recommendations and nominations shall be subject to the approval 
of the Conference. 

in. REPORTS AND RESOLUTIONS 

1. All reports and resolutions presented to the Conference shall be written (typewritten; 
if possible) in triplicate. Two copies shall be in the hands of the conference secretaryl 
before the report or resolution shall be read to the Conference for consideration. 



JoxjKNAL OF Proceedings 7 

2. Any amendment offered to any paper, and all motions must be in writing and placed 
in the hands of the conference secretary immediately following its presentation. 

IV. LAY DELEGATES TO THE ANNUAL CONFERENCE 

L Lay delegates, regular and reserve, from the pastoral charges to the Annual Con- 
ferences shall be elected by the Quarterly Conference at least forty-five days prior 
to the session of the Annual Conference. 

2. Each district superintendent shall complete the list of lay delegates to the Annual 
Conference, from his district, at least forty-five days before the Annual Conference 
session, and shall immediately transmit the completed list, in duplicate, to the 
conference secretary. 

3. Substitutions for lay delegates to the Annual Conference must be made in written 
form provided by the conference secretary, and must be approved and signed by 
the district superintendent. Such substitute delegates may function only in the 
absence of the regular delegates. 

V. PASTORS' REPORTS TO THE ANNUAL CONFERENCE: STATISTICS 

1. Each pastor shall complete Table I of his annual report to the Conference, and 
transmit the same to the conference statistician at least two weeks prior to the 
opening date of the Conference. 

2. Charge and church treasurers shall mail their final remittance for the current year 
to the conference treasurer on the second Monday preceding the opening date of 
the Annual Conference, and each pastor shall complete and mail Table II to the 
conference statistician immediately thereafter. 

3. Each table of the report shall be filled out by individual churches with totals for 
the charge. 

4. Table II shall be made out in even dollars only. 

5. Tables I and II shall be printed in the Conference Journal with individual church 
reports and charge totals as compiled by the conference statistician from the pastors' 
reports. 

VI. THE CONFERENCE JOURNAL 

1. Editor: The conference secretarv shall be charged with the responsibilitv of editing 
and maVinff contracts for the publication of the Conference Journal, in keeping with 
the reeulations of the General Conference and of the Southeastern Jurisdictional 
Conference. The editor shall have full authority to condense reports, memoirs, 
and other papers when necessary. 

2. One complimentary copy of the Conference Journal shall be sent to each of the 
following: The Conference Claimants, the General Boards, the Publishing House, 
lav members of the Conference Boards, lay delegates to the Annual Conference, the 
Educational and church-related institutions of the North Carolina Conference. The 
conference secretary shall have discretionary authority to send conies to such other 
educational institutions as he may deem advisable. Six copies shall be sent to each 
pastor without charge. All other copies shall be sold at $L25 each, or single copies 
by mail at $1.35 each. Monies accruing from the sale of Journal shall be deposited 
with the conference treasurer and credited to the Journal account. 

Vn. DISTRICTS 

1. The number of districts shall be nine. 

2. A district conference shall be held annually in each district. 

3. Each pastoral charge shall elect annually two lay delegates to the district conference. 
These shall be in addition to those named by the Discipline as ex officio members. 

4. The district and associate district lay leaders shall be elected annually by the Annual 
Conference on nomination of the district superintendents and the conference lay leader. 

5. The district superintendent of each district shall be required to furnish to the bishop, 
the conference treasurer, and the conference statistician, as early in the year as 



8 North Carolina Annual Conference 

possible, an official copy of the apportionments to the charges for World Service and 
Conference Benevolences and the amounts accepted by the charges, also the amounts 
approved by the charges for the several items of ministerial support. The figures 
furnished the conference statistician shall be used by him in making up his 
report to the Conference. Two of these official copies are to be sent to the secretary 
of the Commission on World Service and Finance. 

6. Each district superintendent, as early in the year as possible, shall furnish the 
bishop, the conference treasurer, and the conference statistician with a schedule 
of the salaries of pastors as set by the Quarterly Conferences. The figures furnished 
by the district superintendent to the conference statistician shall be used by him 
in making up his report to the Conference. 

7. We call attention of the district superintendents to Paragraph 432 (1) 1952 Disci- 
pline, and state that we believe that a reasonable time for such consultation, before 
the appointments are to be read, could not be construed to be less than twenty-four 
hours. 

VIII. AMENDMENTS 

1. These rules of order and procedure may be amended by a two-thirds vote on the 
next day after a proposed amendment has been presented in writing; provided the 
rule fixing the number of districts may be amended by a majority vote; provided, 
further, a change in the number of districts ma>' not be made later than the second 
morning of the Annual Conference session. 

IX. WHEN THE RULES BECOME EFFECTIVE 

1. These rules of order and procedure of the North Carolina Annual Conference shall 
become eflFective immediately upon passage by the vote of the majority of the 
Conference. 

W. Carleton Wilson, Chairman 
Conference Committee on Rules 



Journal of Proceedings 9 

Section II 

Commissions, Boards and Committees 

QUADRENNIAL BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS 

(The paragraph numbers which appear by the several Boards, Commissions and Com- 
mittees refer to the paragraph of the 19ri2 Discipline.) 

CO-ORDINATING COUNCIL (page 169, 1955 Journal) 
Membership: Bishop Paul N. Garber, Chairman; District Superintendents: 
A. P. Brantley, C. D. Barclift, C. F. Heath, O. L. Hathaway, H. M. McLamb, A. J. 
Hobbs, R. G. Dawson, Walter C. Ball, J. E. Garlington; Conference Lay Leader: J. 
Nelson Gibson, Jr.; District Lay Leaders: Burlington, J. F. Rogers; Durham, Frank 
Hanft; Elizabeth City, Fred Ritter; Fayetteville, Terry Sanford; Goldsboro, A. C. 
Edwards; New Bern, Roy L. Turnage, Jr.; Raleigh, H. L. Ridgeway, Jr.; Rocky 
Mount, E. E. Adkins; Wilmington, Roy Sandlin; Conference President, Woman's 
Society of Cliristian Service: Mrs. Pierce Johnson, Weldon; District Presidents 
of Woman's Society of Christian Service: Burlington, Mrs. George Ratterman, 
Alebane: Durham, Mrs. Frank W. Hanft, Chapel Hill; Elizabeth City, Mrs. N. L. 
Alixon, Rt. 1, Washington; Fayetteville, Mrs. Hubert R. Odom, Gibson; Goldsboro, 
Mrs. Shelton B. Boyd. Mt. Olive; New Bern, Mrs. I. N. Moore, Beaufort; Raleigh, 
Mrs. D. H. Sutton, 109 Chamberlain St., Raleigh; Rocky Mount, Mrs. Harold A. 
Braswell, Whitakers; Wilmington, Mrs. W. C. Davis, 1813 Woolcott Ave., Wilming- 
ton; And Officers and Executive Secretaries of ail Conference Boards, Commis- 
sions, and Committees as listed in the Conference Journal. 

DEACONESS BOARD ^254 

Chairman Miss Mamiej Chandler 

Vice-Chairman Miss Alta Nye 

Secretary-Treasurer Miss Ethelynde Ballance 

Members — All active deaconesses serving within the bounds of the Conference: 
Miss Mamiej Chandler, Greenville; Miss Alta Nye, Pembroke; Miss Sarah Mc- 
cracken, Durham (on leave). Miss Ethelynde Ballance, Rockingham; Ministers 
of local churches employing deaconesses: W. M. Howard, Jr., Greenville; W. 
R. Johnson, Roberdell; R. F. Minnis, Pembroke; Members of the Cabinet: 
Bishop Paul N. Garber; A. P. Brantley; C. D. Barclift; C. F. Heath; O. L. 
Hathaway; H. M. McLamb; A. J. Hobbs; R. G. Dawson; Walter C. Ball; J. 
E. Garlington; Four Representatives of the Conference Woman's Society of 
Christian Service: Mrs. C. H. Boyd, Rt. 4, Box 356, New Bern; Mrs. Allen 
C. Lee, Box 627, Hamlet; Mrs. W. L McLamb, Clear Run, Garland; Mrs. 
W. S. Potter, 507 Summitt Drive, Sanford; One representative not a deaconess from 
the local board of managers, or committee of each project within the Conference 
where deaconesses live or are employed: Mrs. W. H. Taft, Greenville; Mrs. Cecil 
Terry, Rockingham; Mrs. D. F. Lowry, Pembroke; One representati^'e from the 
Commission on Christian Vocations: ; Retired Deaconesses: 

Miss Elizabeth Davis, Rocky Mount; Miss Jennie Congleton, Greenville. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION TI1443 

President Vergil E. Queen 

Vice-President W. L. Clegg 

Secretary W. Stanley Potter 

Executive Secretary C. P. Morris 

Director of Adult Work H. D. Minor 

Director of Youth Work H. S. Winberry 

, Camp Director and Director of Methodist Student Movement J. R. Regan, Jr. 

Executive Committee: Vergil E. Queen, W. L. Clegg, W. Stanley Potter, L. A. 
Tilley, G. S. Eubank, Leon Russell, Paul Carruth, J. H. Lanning, Bill Price, C. P. 
Morris (ex officio, without power to vote). 

' Clerical Members: Vergil E. Queen, W. L. Clegg, W. Stanley Potter, L. A. Ait- 
■'ken, G. S. Eubank, L. A. Tilley, J. A. Russell, Leon Russell, Paul Carruth, Wesley 
Brogan, J. A. Auman, E. R. Shuller, M. C. Dunn, H. G. Ruark, J. H. Lanning. 

Lay Members: Bill Price, Burlington; James T. Patrick, Durham; Andrew 
Bailey, Elizabeth City; J. O. Talley, Jr., Fayetteville; C. W. Twiford, Goldsboro; 



10 North Carolina Annual Conference 

H. L. McDonald, New Bern; Blaine M. Madison, Raleigh; Julian Aldridge, Rocky 
Mount; W. Avery Thompson, Lake Waccamaw; Miss Elizabeth D. Johnson, Dur- 
ham; Mrs. Ernest Smotherman, Goldsboro; Mrs. R. L. Jerome, Roanoke Rapids; 
John M. Mears, Raleigh; T. S. Newbold, Rocky Mount; T. J. Collier, Bayboro; Miss 
Nancy Wike, Greenville. 

Youth Members: James Long, Blanche and U.N.C; Miss Jean Edwards, 612 
S. Taylor Street, Rocky Mount; Phillip Carleton, Pinetops; Miss Helen Trader, 
Raleigh and W.C.U.N.C. 

BOARD OF EVANGELISM 1|1478 

President Walter F. Anderson, Raleigh 

Vice-President Leon Couch 

Secretary J. Kern Ormond 

Executive Director, Conference Board of Evangelism Hiram K. King 

Clerical: E. B. Fisher, W. K. Babington, E. R. Meekins, Jr., R. E. Walston, Leon 
Couch, J. L. Joyce, B. L. Davidson, R. W. Bradshaw, Paul Browning. 

Lay: Ralph Hodges. Burlington; A. R. "Wilson, 1100 Lakewood Ave., Durham; 
S. A. McPherson, Jr., Elizabeth City; Henry E. Gibbons, Hamlet; Roland Braswell, 
Rt. 5, Goldsboro; S. A. Chalk, Jr., Morehead City; Walter F. Anderson, Raleigh; 
J. A. Glover, Nashville: W. D. Russell, Wilmington. 

Members ex officio: The District Superintendents: A. P. Brantley, C. D. Barclift, 
C. F. Heqth, O. L. Hathaway. H. M. McLamb. A. J. Hobbs, R. G. Dawson, Walter C. 
Ball, J. E. Garlington. District Secretaries of Evangelism: M. D. Tyson, J. M. Cline, 
J. R. Couchman, W. E. Howard, H. L. Watson, J. K. Ormond, J. L. Parrish, Paul 
Browning. Secretary of Soiritual Life of the Conference Woman's Society of Chris- 
tian Service: Mrs. J. C. Burwell, Warrenton; Executive Director of the Conference 
Board of Evangelism: Hiram K. King; Chairman of Christian Witness Commission 
of the Conference Methodist Youth Fellowship: Francis Bradshaw. 

BOARD OF HOSPITALS AND HOMES T|1571 

President Howard P. Powell 

Vice-President M. W. Warren 

Secretary Ben F. Musser 

Clerical: J. C. P. Brown, K. R. Wheeler, Leon W. Ross, M. W. Warren, E. B. 
Edwards. C. A. Johnson. H. P. Powell. B. F. Musser, J. D. Aycock. 

Lay: Mrs. E. H. Moore, 340 Circle Drive, Burlington; E. W. Dunham, Swift Ave., 
Durham; L. R. Foreman, Elizabeth City; Mrs. R. D. McCloud, Biscoe; Emmet 
Jones, La Grange; Julian Quinn, Kinston; C. K. Burgess, Raleigh; Walter Dunn, 
Elm Citv; W. A. McGirt, Wilmington. 

Ex officio members: J. F. Coble, R. L. Dicks, R. L. Nicks, Ross Porter, and any 
General Board member residing within the Conference. 

BOARD OF LAY ACTIVITIES 111503 

Chairman J. Nelson Gibson, Jr., Gibson 

Vice-Chairman Alonza C. Edwards, Hookerton 

Secretary Roy L. Turnage. Jr., Ayden 

Treasurer Terry Sanford, Fayetteville 

Executive Committee: J. Nelson Gibson, Jr., Alonza C. Edwards, Roy L. 
Turnage, Jr., Terry Sanford; Assistant Conference Lay Leader, Field of Steward- 
ship, James D. Ipock, Roxboro; Assistant Conference Lay Leader, Field of Meth- 
odist Men, M. F. Grantham, Rockingham; District Superintendent, O. L. Hathaway. 

Members: Burlington District — District Lay Leader James F. Rogers, Security: 
Bank Bldg., Burlington; Associate Lay Leaders: Harold Makepeace, Sanford; E. 
V. Wood. Siler City; J. A. Culbertson, Robbins; L. Warren McAdams, Swepson- 
ville; Ralph Aldridge, Yancey ville. 

Durham District — District Lay Leader: Frank Hanft, Chapel Hill; Associate 
Lay Leaders: John M. Dozier, Duke University, Durham; James D. Ipock, Rox- 
boro; E. T. Regan, Oxford; Dr. John Glasson, Swift Ave., Durham; Paul Carr, 
.Tr., Hillsboro. 

Elizabeth City District— District Lay Leader: Fred Ritter, Ahoskie; Associate: 
Lay Leaders: Curtis V. Powell, Corapeake; C. S. Meekins, Manteo; A. M. Spar-' 
row, Ransonville; Gerald D. James, Edenton; John Henry Singleton, RFD 1, 
Washington. 



Journal of Proceedings 11 

Fayetteville District — District Lay Leader: Terry Sanford, Fayetteville; Asso- 
ciate Lay Leaders: Joe C. Stowe, Hamlet; Milford F. Grantham, Rockingham; 
J. H. Brisson, St. Pauls; R. C. Field, Star; Tracy Watson, Maxton. 

Goldsboro District — District Lay Leader: Alonza C. Edwards, Hookerton; 
Associate Lay Leaders: Robert Rose, Goldsboro; J. T. Doughtie, Clinton; Jesse 
Sumner, Willard; J. D. Joyner, Farmville. 

New Bern District — District Lay Leader: Roy L. Turnage, Jr., Ayden; Asso- 
ciate Lay Leaders: C. B. "Wade, Morehead City; Hugh Ragsdale, Richlands; 
James E. Thomas, Kinston; Wyatt Brown, Greenville; Harry "Wright, New Bern. 

Raleigh District — District Lay Leader: Herbert Ridgeway, Ridgeway's Insur- 
ance, Raleigh; Associate Lay Leaders: "W. B. Terrell, "Warrenton; M. "W. Pearson, 
Jr., Louisburg; Max Burt, Fuquay Springs; R. Shelton "White, Raleigh; "W. D. 
Payne, Henderson. 

Rocky Mount District — District Lay Leader: E. E. Adkins, Rocky Mount; 
Associate Lay Leaders: H. L. Swain, Williamston; Ballard S. Gay, Jackson; 
G. B. Starling, "Wilson; J. P. "Woodward, Nashville; D. O. Speir, Bethel. 

"Wilmington District — District Lay Leader: A. E. Goldfinch, Tabor City; Asso- 
ciate Lay Leaders: F. K. Rogers, Clarkton; Charles Gardner, Lumberton; "Wade 
Pierce. "Wilmington; T. "Ward Guy, "Whiteville. 

iVIembers ex officio — The District Superintendents: A. P. Brantley, C. D. Bar- 
[ clift. C. F. Heath, O. L. Hathaway, H. M. McLamb, A. J. Hobbs, R. G. Dawson, 
: "Walter C. Ball, J. E. Garlington. 

COIVIIVIISSION ON LOCAL CHURCH ElVIPHASiS (Daily Ch. Adv. page 231) 

■ Chairman Graham Eubank 

' "Vicp-Chairman T. M. Vick 

! Secretary-Treasurer Paul Carruth 

IVIembers — The Presiding Bishop: Paul N. Garber; The District Superinten- 
! dents: A. P. Brantley. C. D. Barclift, C. F. Heath, O. L. Hathaway, H. M. McLamb, 
' A. J. Hobbs. R. G. Dawson. "Walter C. Ball, J. E. Garlington. One minister from 
i each District: E. L. Hillman, "V. E. Queen, O. K. Ingram, G. S. Eubank, Leon 
Couch, T. M. "Vick, H. P. Powell, Leon Russell. Paul Carruth. Conference Lay 
Leader: J. Nelson Gibson, Jr. District Lay Leaders: J. F. Rogers. Frank Hanft, 
Fred Ritter, Terry Sanford, A. C. Edwards, Roy L. Turnage, Jr., H. L. Ridgeway, 
Tr.. E. E. Adkins, A. E. Goldfinch. President of Conference Woman's Society of 
Christian Service: Mrs. Pierce Johnson. One representative from Board of Edu- 
cation: J. A. Russell; One representative from Board of Missions: C. P. "Womack; 
One representati"'e from Board of Evangelism: J. M. Cline; One representative 
I from the Commission on World Service and Finance: C. Felix Harvey, Kinston; 
I President of Conference Youth Fellowship: Jim Long, UNC, Chapel Hill. 

COMMISSION ON MINIMUM SALARY 

Chairman M. W. Lawrence 

"Vice-Chairman O. L. Hathaway 

Secretary T. A. Collins 

Members: One representative from the Commission on Town and Country 
Work: D. D. Traynham; One representative from the Commission on World 
Service and Finance: C. S. Hubbard; One representative from the Board of Mis- 
sions: T. A. Collins: One Pastor: M. W. Lawrence; One District Superintendent: 
0. L. Hathaway; Two Laymen: John Calvin Daily, Durham; "Van C. Fleming, 
Greenville. 

BOARD OF MINISTERIAL TRAINING AND QUALIFICATIONS 1|639 

Chairman "W. M. Howard. Jr. 

^ "Vice-Chairman D. L. Fonts 

■ Registrar "W. N. McDonald 

I Members — One member from each District: H. L. Smith, Jr., R. E. Cushman, 

R. T. Commander, A. C. Lee, D. L. Fonts, "W. M. Howard, Jr., "W. N. McDonald, 

W. C. "Wilson, J. D. A. Autry. 

Members-at-large: J. D. Young, L. H. "Watson, "W. B. Petteway, "W. L. Freeman, 

C. "W. Barbee. 



12 North Carolina Annual Conference 

BOARD OF MISSIONS 111295 

President Clyde S. Boggs 

Vice-President J. W. Page 

Secretary W. D. Caviness 

Conference Missionary Secretary M. W. Lawrence 

Executive Committiee: Clyde S. Boggs, J. W. Page, W. D. Caviness, M. W. Law- 
rence, T. A. Collins, A. J. Walton, R. L. Jerome, E. L. Hillman. 

Clerical: E. L. Hillman, R. S. Harrison, N. W. Grant, C. S. Boggs, R. H. Lewis, 
J. P. Herbert, J. W. Page, C. P. Womack, R. H. Jordan. 

Lay: Hugh Cummings, Country Club Drive, Burlington; C. H. Chewning, 113 
Markham St., Durham; C. S. Meekins, Wanchese; Vernon Hogan, Norman; S. N. 
Welch, Clinton; H. A. McCartney, Haveloek; Gurney P. Hood, Raleigh; Leighton 
Blount, Bethel; Josiah Maultsby, Sr., Whiteville. 

Members-at-large: A. J. Walton; J. W. Hensdale, Fayetteville; Paul Whitaker, 
Kinston; C. H. Mercer, W. D. Caviness. 

Members ex officio: The District Superintendents: A. P. Brantley, C. D. Barclift, 
C. F. Heath, O. L. Hathaway, H. M. McLamb, A. J. Hobbs, R. G. Dawson, Walter 
C. Ball, J. E. Garlington; The District Missionary Secretaries: Robert Wallace, 
K. B. Sexton, R. H. Eason, C. G. McCarver, L. C. Vereen, R. L. Crossno, J. W. Line- 
berger, R. L. Jerome, J. V. Early; Conference Missionary Secretary: M. W. Law- 
rence; Conference Lay Leader: J. Nelson Gibson, Jr.; President of Conference 
Woman's Society of Christian Service: Mrs. Pierce Johnson; Executive Director 
Conference Board of Evangelism: Hiram K. King; Chairman of Commission on 
World Service and Finance: L. S. "Weaver, Durham; Members of the General Board 
of Missions residing within bounds of the Annual Conference: J. W. Smith, Bethel; 
Two young men and two young women nominated by the Conference youth organi- 
zation: Dan Earnhardt, Clinton; Alex Watson, New Bern; Nancy Compton, 
Raleigh; Virginia Turlington, College Station, Durham; Executive Secretary of 
Board of Missions and Church Extension: T. A. Collins: Chairman Minimum Salary 
Commission: M. W. Lawrence; Presidents and full time executi^'es of city and 
district missionary societies: Chairman of Conference Commission on Town and 
Country Work: Key W. Taylor. 

BOARD OF PENSIONS ^1613 

Chairman John M. Dozier, Durham 

Vice-Chairman R. L. Cox, Mount Olive 

Secretary W. R. Stevens 

Term expires 1960: J. D. A. Autry, G. W. Crutchfield, John M. Dozier, Duke 
University, Durham; Edward Mann, Washington; J. H. Miller, H. E. Meyers. 
Harold Staton, Bethel. 

Term expires 1964: R. L. Cox, Mount Olive; C. G. Credle, Tarboro; A. M. Hub- 
bard. Sanford; Hugh Ragsdale, Richlands; E. R. Shuller, W. R. Stevens, I. J. 
Strawbridge. 

COMMISSION ON PROMOTION AND CULTIVATION ^755 

Chairman O. L. Hathaway 

Vice-Chairman Clyde Boggs 

Secretary J. Nelson Gibson, Jr. 

Membership: The Presiding Bishop: Paul N. Garber; The District Superinten- 
dents: A. P. Brantley, C. D. Barclift, C. F. Heath, O. L. Hathaway, H. M. McLamb, 
A. J. Hobbs, R. G. Dawson, Walter C. Ball, J. E. Garlington; Chairman of Com- 
mission on World Service and Finance: L. S. Weaver, Box 2246, Durham; Confer- 
ence Lay Leader: J. Nelson Gibson, Jr., Gibson; President of Woman's Society of 
Christian Service: Mrs. Pierce Johnson, Weldon; Executive Secretary of Board of 
Education: C. P. Morris; Chairman of Board of Missions: Clyde S. Boggs; Chair- 
man of Board of Education: V. E. Queen; Chairman of Board of Evangelism: 
Walter F. Anderson, Raleigh; Chairman of Board of Lay Activities: J. Nelson 
Gibson, Jr., Gibson; Members of General Commission residing within bounds of 
Annual Conference: O. L. Hathaway; and Chairman of other Conference agencies 
as may be desired by the Bishop and his Cabinet. 



Journal of Proceedings 13 

board of temperance t11541 

President D. W. Charlton 

Vice-President E. L. Earnhardt 

Secretary W. M. Wells, Jr. 

Clerical: Roger Garland, O. V. Elkins, Van T. Crawford, D. W. Charlton, E. L. 
Earnhardt, W. B. Cotton, H. F. Leatherman, L. P. Jackson, W. M. Wells, Jr. 

Lay: Harvey Mitchell, Burlington; R. C. Compton, Cedar Grove; Roy Gray, 
Hatteras; Younger Sneed, Raeford; Mrs. Wilton Hollowell, 1506 Holly Street, 
Goldsboro; Mrs. Joe S. Johnson, Rhem Ave., New Bern; Mrs. Earl W. Brian, 
Raleigh; Two young people under twenty-three years of age at the time of their 
election, nominated by the Annual Conference of Methodist Youth Fellowship: 
Carolee Wood, Slier City; Al Thompson, Hamlet; Secretary of Christian Social 
Relations of Woman's Society of Christian Service: Mrs. S. W. Anderson, Whit- 
akers; Members of the General Board of Temperance residing within the bounds 
of the Annual Conference. 

COMMISSION ON TOWN AND COUNTRY ^1231 

Chairman Key W. Taylor 

Vice-chairman D. D. Traynham 

Conference Secretary of Town and Country Work Ralph I. Epps 

Executive Committee: Key W. Taylor, D. D. Traynham, Ralph I. Epps, H. M. 
McLamb. 

Members: The Presiding Bishop: Paul N. Garber; The District Superinten- 
dents: A. P. Brantley, C. D. Barclift, C. F. Heath, O. L. Hathaway, H. M. McLamb, 
A. J. Hobbs, R. G. Dawson, Walter C. Ball, J. E. Garlingtou; One rural pastor from 
each District: J. H. Parrish, A. M. Williams, Key W. Taylor, N. P. Edens, N. B. 
Hill, R. Bruce Pate, C. F. Hirschi, D. D. Traynham, H. L. Davis; One rural Layman 
from each District: J. W. McNaulty, Bobbins; W. W. Fitzpatrick, Quail Roost 
Farm, Rougemont; W. R. Carver, Route 3, Elizabeth City; Ben W. Oakes, White 
Oak; O. J. Howell, Jr., Route 5, Goldsboro; J. T. Ipock, Route 2, New Bern; C. B. 
Basket, Henderson; L. M. Piland, Seaboard; J. W. Wilson, Lumberton; Conference 
Missionary Secretary: M. W. Lawrence; Executive Director, Conference Board 
of Evangelism: Hiram K. King; Executive Secretary, Conference Board of Educa- 
tion: C. P. Morris; President of Conference Woman's Society of Christian Service: 
Mrs. Pierce Johnson, Weldon; A representative from the Conference Board of 
Missions: C. H. Mercer; A representative from Conference Board of Education: 
L. A. Tilley; A representative from the Woman's Society of Christian Service: 
Mrs. Gurney P. Hood, Raleigh; A representative from the Conference Board of 
Lay Activities: A. C. Edwards, Hookerton; A representative from the Conference 
Board of Evangelism; R. E. Walston; A representative from the Conference Youth 
Fellowship: Ken Vaughn, State College, Raleigh; A representative from the 
Methodist Rural Fellowship: Jean Gainey, Maxton; and five members at large*: 
C. W. Goldston, Mrs. J. H. Cutchins, Whitakers; T. A. Collins, Aaron G. Tyson, 
W. S. Davenport, Plymouth. 
* To be elected by 1957 Annual Conference. 

CONFERENCE BOARD OF TRUSTEES 11709 

Chairman Charles E. Jordan, Durham 

Vice-Chairman L- C. Larkin 

Secretary-Treasurer J- F. Coble 

Term expires in 1957: W. B. Cooper, C. E. Jordan, L. C. Larkin. 

Term expires in 1958: D. A. Clark, C. A. Dillon, C. B. Harris. 

Term expires in 1959: J. L. Home, T. B. Hough, R. H. Sales. 

COMMISSION ON WORLD SERVICE AND FINANCE 11791 

Chairman L. S. Weaver, Durham 

Vice-chairman G. S. Garris, Troy 

Secretary J- V. Early 

Clerical: J. V. Early, C. S. Hubbard, O. K. Ingram, W. J. Neese, A. L. Thompson. 

Lay: N. B. Dozier, Rocky Mount; G. S. Garris, Troy; M. Oarr Gibson, Lumber- 
ton; C. Felix Harvey, Kinston; J. P. Rogers, Smithfield; L. S. Weaver, Box 2246, 
Durham. 



14 North Caeolina Annual Conference 

CONFERENCE COMMISSION ON WORSHIP 

Chairman Vergil E. Queen 

Vice-Cnairman Brooks Patcon 

Secretary Charles H. Mercer 

Ex Officio Members: C. P, Morris; H. K. King; Mrs. Pierce Jonnson, Weldon; 
James Long, Blanch; Nelson Giusun, Jr., Gibson; and John S. Rudin, II, Elective 
memuers: Charles H. Mercer, E. G. Purcell, Jr., V. E. Queen, George MeGill, E. H. 
Smotherman, R. Bruce Pate, Brooks Patton, F. E. Still, and Paul Carruth. 



QUADRENNIAL COMMITTEES 

COMMITTEE ON APPEALS 



Chairman R. Z. Newton 

Vice-Chairman A. H. Borland 

Secretary E. C. Crawford 

Clerical: R. Z. Newton, E. C. Crawford, Carl A. Johnson. 

Lay: A. H. Borland, Durham; Luther Hamilton, Morehead City; Don Ward, 
Mt. Olive. 

COMMITTEE ON CONFERENCE CALENDAR OF WORK 

C. D. Brown, C. P, Morris, George Stephens, Durham. 

COMMITTEE ON CONFERENCE ENTERTAINMENT 

Chairman Terry Sanford 

Vice-chairman Edgar B. Fisher 

Secretary M, W. Lawrence 

Clerical: E. B. Fisher, M. W. Lawrence, V. E. Queen. 

Lay: Terry Sanford, Fayetteville; Marshall Spears, Durham. 

CONFERENCE COMMITTEE ON MASTER-PLAN OF CIRCUITS 
AND STATIONS 

(Report 5 — Commission on Town and Country Work) 

Membership: The Presiding Bishop: Paul N. Garber; District Superintendents: 
A. P. Brantley, C. D. Barclift, C. F. Heath, O. L. Hathaway, H. M, McLamb, A. J. 
Hobbs, R. G. Dawson, Walter C. Ball, J. E. Garlington. Conference Lay Leader: 
J. Nelson Gibson, Jr., Gibson; District Lay Leaders: James F. Rogers, Security 
National Bank Bldg., Burlington; Frank W. Hanft, Chapel Hill; Fred Ritter, 
Ahoskie; Terry Sanford, Fayetteville; A. C. Edwards, Hookerton; Roy L. Turnage, 
Jr., Ayden; Herbert Ridgeway, Ridgeway's Inc., Raleigh; E. E. Adkins, Rocky 
Mount; A. E. Goldfinch, Tabor City. Conference Secretary of Town and Country 
Work: Ralph I. Epps; District Secretaries of Town and Country Work. 

COMMITTEE ON MEMOIRS 

"" W. C. Wilson, Chairman; Bishop Paul N. Garber, A. P. Brantley, C. D. Barclift, 
C. F. Heath, O. L. Hathaway, H. M. McLamb, A. J. Hobbs, R. G. Dawson, Waiter 
C. Ball, J. E. Garlington. 

COMMITTEE ON CONFERENCE PROGRAM 

Bishop Paul N. Garber; The District Superintendent of the District in which 
the Annual Conference is held: Secretary of the Conference, W. Carleton Wilson; 
Pastor host of the Conference: Conference Lay Leader: J. Nelson Gibson, Jr., 
Gibson. 

COMMITTEE ON CONFERENCE RELATIONS 

Chairman Charles E. Vale 

Vice-chairman G. W. Blount 

Secretary W. G. Brogan 

Term expires in 1957: C. W. Barbee, H. B. Lewis, W. A. Wentz. 

Term expires in 1958: J. M. Cline, H. L. Davis, T. B. Hough. 

Term expires in 1959: W. G. Brogan, G. W. Blount, C. E. Vale. 



Journal of Proceedings 15 

BOARD of social AND ECONOMIC RELATIONS ^[1559 

Chairman T. J. Whitehead 

Vice-Chairman J. T. Maides 

Secretary Keith Glover 

Clerical: T. J. Whitehead, W. A. Seawell, A. M. Cameron, Keith Glover, C. G. 
Nickens, R. L. Fleming, Jr., R. E. L. Moser, K. J. Wilson, Jr., J. T. Maides. 

Lay: Ben Bulla, Saxapahaw; B. I. Satterfield, Timberlake; Frank Harris, Eliza- 
beth City; John Ray Owen, Fayetteville; Vergil S. Lucas, Goldsboro; William 
Stroud, Ayden; Fred Royster, Henderson; I. E. Ready, Roanoke Rapids; T. L. 
White, Lumberton. 

COMMITTEE ON CONFERENCE RULES 

W. C. Wilson, Chairman; C. J. Andrews, G. W. Crutchfield, L. C. Allen, Sr., 
Burlington; Knox Andrews, Sr., Lumberton. 

TELEVISION, RADIO AND FILM COMMISSION 111591 

Chairman W. C. Walton, Jr. 

Vice-Chairman J. H. Lanning 

Secretary T. A. Collins 

Members — One District Superintendent: C. F. Heath; Five persons wiiose train- 
ing and experience qualify them: Kenneth G. Hite, Greenville; A. K. King, Sr., 
Chapel Hill; J. H. Lanning, Carl Walton, Jr., Christian White; Executive Secre- 
tary Conference Board of Education: C. P. Morris; Executive Secretary Conference 
Board of Missions: T. A. Collins; Executive Director of Conference Board of 
Evangelism: Hiram K. King; President Conference Woman's Society of Christian 
Service: Mrs. Pierce Johnson, Weldon; Conference Lay Leader: J. Nelson Gibson, 
Jr., Gibson; One person from each district who shall act as district director of tele- 
vision, radio and audio-visual education: L. H. Gunter, H. S. Winberry, R. T. 
Commander, William B. Belche, W. H. Kirby, J. Malloy Owens, III, M. L. Husted, 
R. S. Brodie, M. C. Dunn. 

COMMISSION ON CHRISTIAN VOCATIONS T|643 

Chairman Herman S. Winberry 

Vice-Chairman Kermit Wheeler 

Secretary R. L. Bame 

Members — Representative of the Cabinet: A. P. Brantley; Executive Secretary 
Conference Board of Education: C. P. Morris; Conference Director of Youth Work: 
H. S. Winberry; Chairman of Conference Board of Ministerial Training and Quali- 
fications: W. M. Howard, Jr.; A representative from the Conference Board of 
Missions: N. W. Grant; A representative from the Conference Board of Hos- 
pitals and Homes: K. R. Wheeler; A representative from the Conference Board 
of Lay Activities: Fred Ritter; A representative from the Conference Board of 
Evangelism: W. K. Babbington; A representative from the Conference Deaconess 
Board: Miss Ethelynde Ballance, Rockingham; A representative from Conference 
Committee on World Peace: Barney Lee Jones; A representative of the State 
Regional Methodist Student Movement: J. R. Regan, Jr.; One youth under 
twenty-three years of age: Francis Bradshaw, Wilson; Secretary of Missionary 
Personnel of the Conference Woman's Society of Christian Service: Mrs. Allen C. 
Lee, Hamlet; One minister from each District: H. L. Harris, J. Paul Edwards, W. 
M. Ellis, R. L. Bame, E. E. Whitley, Robert F. Moore, Brooks Patten, R. C. Mooney, 
Jr., C. F. Grill. 

The Cabinet or the Commission may appoint other persons to the Commission 
when advisable. 

COMMITTEE ON WORLD PEACE 1J1551 

Chairman C. W. Robbins 

Vice-Chairman Elgin White, Elizabeth City 

Secretary-Treasurer Carl Newton 



16 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Clerical: C. J. Andrews, Barney Lee Jones, W. H. Montgomery, L. A. Watts, 
M. R. Gardner, G. R. McKenzie, C. W. Robbins, P. R. Maness, Carl Newton. 

Lay: W. M. Wren, Siler City; R. B. House, Chapel Hill; Elgin White, 109 
East Broad St., Elizabeth City; R. L. Diggs, Rockingham; A. G. Pelt, Jr., Goldsboro; 
Paul W. Crayton, Trent Park, New Bern; J. W. McGee, Gary; Mrs. G. M. Holly, 
Colerain; W. C. Truitt, Tabor City. 



COMMITTEES FOR THE 1956 CONFERENCE 



COMMITTEE ON COURTESIES AND INTRODUCTIONS 
Hiram K. King, W. M. Howard, Jr., J. D. Messick. 

COMMITTEE ON DISTRICT CONFERENCE RECORDS 

T. J. Whitehead, C. H. Dunn, R. N. Knight, J. K. Bostick, Earl Tyson, C. M. 
Fogleman, T. H. House, W. L. Freeman, G. L. Kinley. 

COMMITTEE ON INVESTIGATION 
Principals: J. M. Cline, Chairman; George Blount, Secretary; C. E. Vale, L. A. 
Tilley, J. P. Pegg. 

Alternates: R. Z. Newton, R. L. Bame, T. R. Jenkins. 

COMMITTEE ON MINUTES 

Robert W. Bradshaw, E. G. Purcell, Jr., J. D. Young. 

COMMITTEE ON RESOLUTIONS AND REFERENCES 
Clerical: C. D. Barclift, C. S. Boggs, Leon Couch, Carl Barbae, J. T. Maides. 
Lay: J. F. Rogers, Burlington; W. F. Veasey, Elizabeth City; A. C. Edward 
Goldsboro; Walter F. Anderson, Raleigh. 

OTHER COMMITTEES, CONFERENCE RELATED 
ORGANIZATIONS AND INSTITUTIONS 

CONFERENCE BROTHERHOOD OFFICERS— 1956-1957 

President C. Freeman Heath I 

Lay Vice-President C. S. Meekins 

Ministerial Vice-President L. L. Parrish 

Secretary-Treasurer R. L. Bame 

CAMP DON-LEE, INCORPORATED 

President L. R. Foreman, Elizabeth City 

Vice-President F. L. Blount, Bethel 

Secretary C. P. Morris 

Term expires in 1957: J. E. Garlington, J. H. Rose, Greenville; T. J. Whitehead. 

Term expires in 1958: F. L. Blount, Bethel; L. R. Foreman, Elizabeth City; 
F. D. Hedden. 

Term expires in 1959: T. J. Collier, Bayboro; J. Paul Frizzelle, Snow Hill; C. 
P. Morris. 

COLLEGE BOARD OF VISITORS 

Chairman R. W. Bradshaw 

Vice-chairman L. C. Vereei 

Secretary A. L. Thompsoi 

Members — Two members from the Commission on World Service and Finance: 
N. B. Dozier, Rocky Mount; and A. L. Thompson; Two members from the Board 
of Education: Paul Carruth and Julian Aldridge; Two members from the Board 
of Lay Activities: W. B. Terrell, Warrenton, and Robert Rose, Goldsboro; One' 
member from the Board of Ministerial Training and Qualifications; One memberj 
from the Board of Evangelism: Robert W. Bradshaw; Two members from thej 
Commission on Town and Country Work: J. H. Miller, Jr., and L. A. Tilley; TwC| 
members from the Woman's Society of Christian Service: Mrs. D. L. Fonts, Mouni' 
Olive, and Mrs. Leon M. Hall, Red Springs; Two members from the Board olj 
Missions: R. S. Harrison and L. C. Vereen. 



Journal of Proceedings 17 

NORTH CAROLINA CONFERENCE DUKE ALUMNI OFFICERS— 1956-57 

President E. G. Purcell, Jr. 

I Vice-President Brooks Patten 

Second Vice-President C. H. Mercer 

Board of Managers: W. D. Caviness, W. A. Crow, J. Paul Edwards, R. L. Cross- 
no, Albert Fleet Fisher. 

NORTH CAROLINA CONFERENCE HIGH POINT COLLEGE 
ALUMNI OFFICERS— 1956-57 

President R- E. L. Moser 

Vice-President J. Earl Richardson 

Secretary Herbert M. Jamieson 

CONFERENCE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OFFICERS— 1956-57 

i President Paul Carruth 

First Vice-President R. E. Walston 

Second Vice-President H. S. Winberry 

Third Vice-President D. L. Fonts 

, Secretary-Treasurer C. D. Barclift 

THE METHODIST COLLEGE FOUNDATION OF 
I NORTH CAROLINA, INCORPORATED 

; Chairman Edwin L. Jones 

President J. C. Cowan, Jr. 

l Vice-President B. Everette Jordon 

, Vice-President James G. Hanes 

, Vice-President Gurney P. Hood 

Vice-President Richard G. Stockton 

, Treasurer Marvin J. Cowell 

; Secretary Bill Price 

< Executive Director D. D. Holt 

Executive Committee: J. C. Cowan, Jr., L. Roscoe Foreman, Carl King, James 

P. Hanes, Gurney P. Hood, Edwin L. Jones, C. E. Jordon, Bill Price, Marshall T. 
j Spears. 

j Board of Trustees: James G. Hanes, Chairman; C. A. Dillon, Vice-Chairman; 
■. W. Arthur Kale, Secretary; Allen P. Brantley, George M. Ivey, M. G. Mann, Reid 
I A. Maynard, W. B. Moore, W. Y. Preyer, Raymond Smith, W. Frank Taylor. 
I Executive Council: J. C. Cowan, Jr., Chairman; Gurney P. Hood, Vice-Chairman; 
■ Bill Price, Secretary; Mrs. H. I. Glass, Assistant Secretary; Mrs. J. W. Harbison, 
.' Assistant Secretary; Charles F. Carroll, N. B. Dozier, Jr., Ralph Edwards, Paul R. 
1 Irvin, George Finch, L. R. Foreman, J. G. Hanes, A. J. Hobbs, C. C. Herbert, Edwin 
' L. Jones, C. E. Jordon, Carl King, Reid A. Maynard, C. E. Morgan, C. P. Morris, 

Albert G. Meyers, Jr., V. E. Queen, J. H. Rose, Flake Sherrill, W. J. Smith, Marshall 

T. Spears, Joseph Talley, B. S. Womble, Jonathan Woody. 

Members representing Conference Board of Lay Activities: Burlington District: 

W. E. Niven, Yanceyville; Dr. P. E. Cotter, Sanford; E. A. Resch, Siler City; Lester 
; Ridenhour, Burlington; James F. Rogers, Burlington. 

Durham District: John A. Meyers, Oxford; Bascom Baynes, Durham; E. M. 
1 Herndon, Durham; Glenn Stovall, Roxboro; Frank Hanft, Chapel Hill, 
i Elizabeth City District: R. E. Foreman, Elizabeth City; S. C. Chandler, Curri- 
I tuck; P. D. Midgett, Engelhard; W. F. Veasey, Washington; F. M. Tucker, Ahoskie. 
! Fayetteville District: J. P. Wallace, Troy; J. D. Phillips, Laurinburg; M. F. 
\ Grantham, Rockingham; Dr. Walter McRae, Red Springs; John Grier, Aberdeen. 
I Goldsboro District: J. I. Morgan, Jr., Farmville; Jimmie Rollins, Goldsboro; 
1 McRoy Warren, Garland; C. E. Worley, Goldsboro; Robert Dewar, LaGrange. 
I New Bern District: Reynolds May, Greenville; W. H. Taft, Greenville; W. C. 
( Chadwick, New Bern; Charles McCullers, Kinston; Luther Hamilton, Morehead 

< City. 

Raleigh District: Gurney P. Hood, Raleigh; B. M. Madison, Commissioner of 
Correction, Raleigh; Max Burt, Fuquay Springs; Fred Royster, Henderson; B. H. 
Malone, Louisburg. 



18 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Rocky Mount District: J. A. Glover, Nashville; Guy Barnes, Rocky Mount; I. E 
Ready, Roanoke Rapids; D. 0. Speir, Bethel; W. T. Lamm, Wilbun. 

Vvilmmgton District: Lennox Cooper, \vilmington; S. L. Thornton, Elizabeth 
town; Roy Walton, Southport; A. J- Brinson, Lumberton; Lawrence Bowers, 
Whiteville. 

Memoers representing Conference Woman's Society of Christian Service: Bur 
lington District: Mrs. Dan Loy, 413 E. Davis St., Burlmgton; Mrs. W. Stanley Pot 
ter, t)0/ Summit Drive, Santord; Mrs. Harvey Johnson, Siier City; Mrs. Raymond 
Braxton, Route 2, Graham; Mrs. Ralph Aldridge, Yancey ville. 

Durnam District: Miss Sarah McCracken, 13ob W. Markham Ave., Durham; Mrs. 
J. J. Gergen, 28u3 Nation Ave., Durham; Mrs. A. H. Borland, 2010 Pershing St., 
Durham; Mrs. J. M. Carr, Oxford; Mrs. C. D. Barclitt, 1002 West Knox St., Durnam. 

fclizabeth City District: Mrs. E. R. Meekins, Winiall; Mrs. J. N. Winsiow, 
Route 2, Jrtertlord; Mrs. W. W. White, Roper; Mrs. Ashley Leggett, Washington; 
Mrs. A. M. Spctrrow, Jr., Ransomville. 

Fayetteville District: Mrs. H. W. Doub, Aberdeen; Mrs. Howard Dorsett, Mt. 
Gileaa; Mrs. Z. T. Kirkman, 1325 General Lee Ave., Fayetteville; Mrs. Waiter 
Mcxvae, Red Springs; Mrs. Allen Powers, Hamlet. 

Caoldsboro Di&trict: Mrs. D. L. Fonts, Mt. Olive; Mrs. W. I. McLamb, Garland; 
Mrs. Cecil M. Pate, 15o2 E. Palm St., Goldsboro; Mrs. Shelton Boyd, Mt. Olive; 
Mrs. Robert Lane, Jr., Stantonsburg. 

i\ew Bern Disirict: Mrs. W. A. Chipman, Piner's Island, Beaufort; Mrs. A. R 
Roberts, Jr., Beaufort; Mrs. W. P. Moure, Greenville; Mrs. J. F. Arthur, 417 
Fourieenth St., Greenville; Mrs. James N. Smith, Jr., RFD, New Bern. 

kaieigh District: Mrs. H. A. Davis, Box 600o, Raleigh; Mrs. J. C. Burwell, War- 
renton; Mrs. H. C. Turlington, Dunn; Mrs. D. H. Sutton, 109 Chamberlain St., 
Raleigh; Mrs. O. W. Dowd, 2107 P'airview Rd., Raleigh. 

kooky Mount District: Mrs. W. R. Everett, Nashville; Mrs. Jasper L. Cum- 
mings, 1220 Oakwood Ave., Rocky Mount; Mrs. Harold A. Braswell, Whitakers; 
Mrs. John C. Fleming, Elm City; Mrs. L. D. Garriss, Margarettsville. 

Wilmington District: Mrs. M. H. Shepherd, 107 N. 13th St., Wilmington; Mrs. 
Rebecca Marks, 2y20 Mimosa Place, Wilmington; Mrs. John Fuller, Lumberton; 
Mrs. W. D. Jones, 2925 Park Ave., Wilmington; Mrs. J. D. Snow, 405 Wrightsville 
Ave., Wilmington. 

Mli>.ISTtRIAL MEMBERS: Burlington District: T. J. Whitehead, Graham; C. 
H. Mercer, Mebane; N. L. Jones, Trinity Church, Burlington; W. J. Neese, Jones- 
boro Heights, Sanford; J. C. P. Brown, Pittsboro. 

Durham District: K. R. Wheeler, Durham; R. S. Harrison, Oxford; A. L. 
Thompson, Roxboro; John Cline, Durham; W. B. Petteway, Durham. 

Elizabeth City District: E. G. Purcell, Jr., Ahoskie; G. W. Crutchfield, Elizabeth 
City; James A. Auman, Hertford; O. K. Ingram, Elizabeth City; N. W. Grant, 
Washington. 

f-ayetteville District: A. C. Lee, Hamlet; Henry G. Ruark, Laurinburg; W. R. 
Stevens, Rockingham; R. L. Bame, Southern Pines; C. S. Boggs, Fayetteville. 

Goldsboro District: Leon Couch, Goldsboro; D. L. Fonts, Mt. Olive; C. E. Vale, 
Rose Hill; W. D. Caviness, Wallace; L. A. Tilley, Smithfield. 

New Bern District: J. D. Young, Beaufort; W. M. Howard, Jr., Greenville; T. 
M. Vick, Jr., Mebane; J. F. Herbert, Morehead City; E. R. Shuller, Swansboro. 

Raleigh District: B. L. Davidson, Gary; J. W. Lineberger, Dunn; H. B. Baum, 
Norlina; Brooks Patten, Raleigh; E. C. Shoaf, Lillington. 

Rocky Mount District: K. J. Wilson, Jr., Littleton; R. L. Jerome, Roanoke 
Rapids; W. C. Wilson, Tarboro; R. C. Mooney, Jr., Williamston; W. L. Freeman, 
Scotland Neck. 

Wilmington District: H. Fred Davis, Fair Bluff; T. B. Hough, Lumberton; R. 
H. Jordan, Southport; Paul Carruth, Tabor City; M. C. Dunn, Wilmington. 

YOUTH MEMBERS: Burlington District: Ann Aldridge, Box 68, Yanceyville; 
Jimmy Rush, Rt. 1, Siler City; Barbara Page, 1020 S. Main St., Burlington; Shirley 
Hunsucker, Robbins; Pat Brown, Box 802, Pittsboro. 

Durham District: Pam Williams, Carrboro; Bill Bennett, 109 Kenan St., Chapel 
Hill; Marian Ashe, Rt. 2, Box 21, Durham; Sylvia Nicks, Roxboro; Tony Regan, 
Oxford. 

Elizabeth City District: Gwen Hill, 1102 Raleigh Park, Elizabeth City; Letitia 
McGoogan, Hertford; Betsy Barnhill, Plymouth; Helen Basknight, 409 West St« 
Ahoskie; Henry James, Route 4, Elizabeth City. 



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Fayette vi lie District: Lynn Eubanks, 203 Hillside Ave., Fayetteville ; Dave 
Davis, 1708 Bragg Blvd., Fayetteville; Al Thompson, 324 Charlotte St., Hamiet; 
Moiiie Scarborough, 1902 "Walnut St., Lumberton; Kleanor McNeil, Box 484, Ked 
Springs. 

laoidsboro District: Edith Bell, 1508 Rose St., Goldsboro; Anne Wilson, 203 W. 
Pollock St., Mt. Olive; Jean Peedin, Selma; Nan Wood, Willard; Karen Edwards, 
Stantonsburg. 

New bern District: Tommy Edwards, 416 S. Lee St., Ayden; Linda G. Robinson, 
1309 N. Pasteur St., New Bern; Clyde Mann, Newport; Walter Dixon, Glenburnie 
Gardens, New Bern; Nancy Brown, 1904 E. Sixth St., Greenville. 

haleigh Disirict: Selby Jean Smith, Kt. 1, Crosslink Rd., Garner; Anna Green 
Partin, vu7 N. Main St., Louisburg; Stacy Johnson, c/o Miss Nancy Compton, 2i805 
Anderson Dr., Raleigh; Jean Penaergrapn, E. Williams, Apex; Addria Proctor, 1304 
S. Garnett St., Henderson. 

hocKy Mount District: Don Harris, 207 Forest Hill Ave., Rocky Mount; John 
Pearson, c/o Miss Jean Edwards, 612 S. Taylor St., Rocky Mount; Allen Cronen- 
berg, o04 S. Taylor St., Rocky Mount; Betty Jean Boney, 916 S. David St., Tarboro; 
Hugh Cameron, vz9 Monroe St., Roanoke Rapids. 

Wilmington District: Sandra Green, Pine St., Whiteville; Jane Bond, Rt. 1, 
Box 258, CasLle Hayne; Jimmy Oliver, Jr., Rt. 2, Fairmont; Joe Rhodes, 14 N. 
29tn St., Wilmington; Kathryn Lyon, c/o Ken Crutchheld, Box 488, Fairmont. 

Ex officio Members: Bishop Paul N. Garber, and the District Superintendents: 

A. P. Brantley, C. D. Barciitt, i^'reeman C. Heath, O. L. Hathaway, H. M. McLamb, 

i A. J. HobDs, R. G. Dawson, Walter C. Ball, J. E. Garlington; Mrs. Pierce Johnson, 

• C. P. Morris, J. Nelson Gibson, Jr., L. S. Weaver. 

METHODIST FUND, INCORPORATED 

President Gurney P. Hood, Raleigh 

Vice-President John M, Dozier, Duruam 

• Secretary-Treasurer Marvin J. Cowell, Raleigh 

Clerical: Thomas A. Collins, Charles S. Hubbard. 

Lay: Gurney P. Hood, Raleigh; John M. Dozier, Duke University, Durham; 
Marvin J. Cowell, Box lo344, Raleigh (Cameron Village); Charles E. Jordan, Duke 
University, Durham; J. H. Waldrop, Greenville. 

i METHODIST HOME FOR CHILDREN 

I Superintendent Robert L. Nicks 

■ Administrative Assistant B. Paul Hammack 

Executive Committee: C. A. Dillon, Sr., Charles H. Young, D. L. Cozart, Sr., 

P. D. Snipes, C. R. Philpot, E. L. Hillman. 

Finance Committee: C. A. Dillon, Sr., Charles H. Young, Guy E. Barnes, E. L. 

Hillman, P. D. Snipes, W. C. Chadwick. 

Trustees: D. L. Cozart, Sr., Raleigh; C. A. Dillon, Sr., Raleigh; E. L. Hillman, 

Siler City; C. R. Philpot, Raleigh; P. D. Snipes, Raleigh; Charles H. Young, 

Raleigh; Guy E. Barnes, Rocky Mount; Ralph Basnight, Ahoskie; Judge J. C. 

Biggs, Raleigh; W. C. Chadwick, New Bern; Mrs. J. H. Cutchin, Whitakers; Wesley 

Foreman, Elizabeth City; Jack Gibbons, Hamlet; John W. Hinsdale, Fayetteville; 

Harold Makepeace, Sanford; L. S. Massey, Durham; Reynolds May, Greenville; 

W. A. McGirt, Wilmington; S. T. Peace, Jr., Henderson; Leon Russell, Rocky 
i Mount; Judge Marshall Spears, Durham; Mrs. E. Y. Speed, Kinston; M. R. Zim- 
1 merman, Burlington. 

METHODIST BOARD OF PUBLICATION, INCORPORATED 
President A. J. Hobbs 

i Secretary T. C. Hoyle, Sr. 

I Members: O. K. Ingram, C. E. Jordan, N. E. Edgerton, W. B. Hall, J. N. Hackney, 
W. O. Weldon, H. G. Allen, L. W. Routh. 

I THE METHODIST RETIREMENT HOMES, INC. 

President of the Board of Trustees M G Mann 

First Vice-President M. M. Fowler 

Second Vice-President Ray S. Barbre 

I Secretary j p q^^iq 



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Treasurer Marvin J. Cowell 

txecutive Committee: M. G. Mann, President; M. M. Fowler, First Vice-Presi- 
dent; Ray S. Barbre, Second Vice-President; Rev. J. F. Coble, Secretary and 
Superintendent; Rev. C. D. Barclift, Durham District Superintendent; and Chair- 
men of Standing Committees: J. W. Jenkins, Jr., Admissions; W. M. Wren, Audit- 
ing; J. B. VonCanon, Building and Grounds; Reid A. Maynard, Finance and Invest- 
ments; Cale K. Burgess, Legal; Dr. C. S. Crissman, Medical and Health; J. P. 
Gibbons, Special Gifts. 

Ex officio Members: Bishop Paul N. Garber and the District Superintendents: 
A. P. Brantley, C. D. Barclift, C. F. Heath. O. L. Hathaway, H. M. McLamb, R. G. 
Dawson, A. J. Hobbs, Walter C. Ball, J. E. Garlington; and Mrs. H. C. Satterfield, 
Jr., Durham, President of the Auxiliary. 

Trustees: Term Expires 1957: J. W. Hensdale, Fayetteville ; Mrs. D. S. Coltrane, 
Raleigh; Rev. A. S. Parker, Henderson; Mrs. Marshall T. Spears, Durham; Rev. 
W. V. McRae, Lake Juualuska; Ray S. Barbre, Kinston; Mrs. H. I. Glass, Durham; 
Dillard Teer, Durham; Q. K. Nimocks III, Fayetteville; J. B. VonCanon, West 
End; G. C. Seymour, Aberdeen; Cale K. Burgess, Raleigh; W. B. Chalk, Morehead 
City; Dr. C. S. Crissman, Graham; C. G. Buie, Biscoe. 

Term Expires in 1958: W. M. Wren, Siler City; J. P. Gibbons, Hamlet; M. M. 
Fowler, Durham; Mrs. J. H. Seamans, Durham; Mrs. Norwood Thomas, Durham; 
Harold Makepeace, Sanford; Hugh Ragsdale, Richlands; L. C. Winslow, Hertford; 
Josiah Maultsby, Sr., Whiteville; Dr. J. H. Cutchins, Whitakers; Everett Blake, 
Wilson; J. W. Jenkins, Jr., Henderson; Ross Porter, Hillsboro; Harmon Register, 
Clinton; Sam H. Stallings, Smithfield. 

Term Expires 1959: Rev. E. R. Clegg, Pittsboro; Rev. M. C. Dunn, Wilmington; 
Rev. N. W. Grant, Washington; Dr. H. I. Glass, Durham; J. L. Home, Rocky Mount; 
M. G. Mann, Raleigh; B. Troy Ferguson, Raleigh; Rev. A. L. Thompson, Roxboro; 
L. R. Foreman, Elizabeth City; Rev. W. R. Stevens, Rockingham; J. H. Rose, 
Greenville; Reid A. Maynard, Burlington; Rev. M. W. Lawrence, Durham; Ray 
Bandy, Rocky Mount; H. J. Carr, Roseboro. 

CONFERENCE METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP OFFICERS— 1956-57 

President Jim Long, Semora 

Vice-President Phil Carlton, Pinetops 

Secretary Virginia Turlington, Dunn 

Treasurer Ken Crutchfield, Fairmont 

Publicity Superintendent Jean Edwards, Rocky Mount 

Area Chairman: Christian Faith: Eddie Rideout, Calvary Methodist Church, 
Durham; Christian Witness: Francis Bradshaw, First Methodist Church, Wilson; 
Christian Outreach: Carolee Wood, First Methodist Church, Siler City; Christian 
Citizenship: Nancy Compton, Edenton Street Methodist Church, Raleigh; Christian 
Fellowship: Sally McCotter, Alliance Methodist Church, Alliance. 

NORTH CAROLINA COUNCIL OF CHURCHES 

Lay representatives from the North Carolina Conference: B. G. Childs, R. L. 
Cox, J. N. Gibson, F. W. Hanft, Mrs. E. L. Hillman, J. A. Holmes, Gurney P. Hood, 
Mrs. Gurney P. Hood, J. L. Home, B. M. Madison, R. C. Parker, Mrs. Glenn Pendle- 
ton, J. F. Rogers, B. I. Satterfield, W. J. Smith, S. B. Underwood, Jr. 

Clerical representatives from the North Carolina Conference: Walter C. Ball, 
T. J. Barrett, J. K. Bostick. R. W. Bradshaw, W. L. Clegg, Leon Couch, D. E. Earn- 
hardt, E. L. Hillman, D. D. Holt, W. M. Howard, J. L. Joyce, F. S. Love, C. P. 
Morris, V. E. Queen, I. S. Richmond, C. W. Robbins, H. G. Ruark, John J. Rudin, 
W. M. Wells, Jr., C. P. Womack. T. J. Whitehead. 

NORTH CAROLINA PASTORS' SCHOOL (BOARD OF MANAGERS) 

President Wilson O. Weldon 

Vice-President A. J. Hobbs 

Secretary E. B. Fisher 

Treasurer C. P. Morris ' 

Members from the North Carolina Conference: A. J. Hobbs, E. B. Fisher, R. G. 
Dawson, A. S. Parker. S. J. Starnes, L. C. Vereen, C. P. Morris, Paul Carruth, J. 
W. Lineberger, T. Marvin Vick, Mrs. J. H. Cutchins, C. E. Jordan. 



Journal of Proceedings 21 

Members from the Western North Carolina Conference: Wilson O. Weldon, 
Carl H. King, Ralph Jacks, W. K. Goodson, Robert G. Tuttle, Eugene C. Few, I. L. 
Roberts. 

INTER-CONFERENCE COMMISSION ON STUDENT RELIGIOUS WORK 

Chairman W. A. Kale 

Vice-chairman A. P. Brantley 

1 Secretary-Treasurer C. P. Morris 

j State Director J. R- Regan, Jr. 

Members from the North Carolina Conference: Vergil E. Queen, Durham; C. 

P. Morris, Durham; Troy J. Barrett, Zebulon; H. G. Ruark, Laurinburg; Mrs. W. S. 

, Potter, Sanford; Mrs. H. A. Da\is, Raleigh; Miss Helen Trader, Raleigh and 

I WCUNC; One additional layman to be selected (not selected); ex officio: J. Robert 

i Regan, Jr., State Director. 

' Members from the Western North Carolina Conference: H. C. Wilkinson, Lex- 
ington; Charles W. McCrary, Asheboro; Phillip Weaver, Greensboro; W. A. Kale, 
Durham; C. H. King, Salisbury; James Murr, Thomasville, and Davidson College, 
Mrs. D. D. Holt, Greensboro. 

CONFERENCE LONG-RANGE PLANNING COMMITTEE 

Chairman C. D. Barclift 

Vice-chairman Bill Price 

Secretary-Treasurer W. L. Clegg 

Membership: Walter F. Anderson, Raleigh; W. C. Ball, C. D. Barclift, W. C. 
Chadwick, New Bern; W. L. Clegg, T. A. Collins, Mrs. J. H. Cutchin, Whitakers; 
J. Nelson Gibson, Jr., Gibson; Mrs. H. I. Glass, Durham; Gurney P. Hood, Raleigh; 
A. J. Hobbs, Mrs. Pierce Johnson, Weldon; C. E. Jordan, Durham; H. K. King, 
C. P. Morris, Bill Price, Burlington; V. E. Queen, C. W. Bobbins, Leon Russell, 
Terry Sanford, Fayetteville; W. Jasper Smith, Bethel; Key W. Taylor, W. A. Tew, 
A. J. Walton, L. S. Weaver. 

CHURCH EXTENSION RESEARCH PLANNING AND 
SURVEY COMMITTEE 

Chairman , C. W. Robbins 

Vice-chairman W. L. Clegg 

Secretary Thomas A. Collins 

Executive Committee: C. W. Robbins, W. L. Clegg, Thomas A. Collins, J. E. 
Oarlington, C. S. Boggs, Key W. Taylor, R. L Epps, Walter F. Anderson, Hiram 
K. King, V. E. Queen, C. P. Morris, M. W. Lawrence. 

Other Members: Roy L. Turnage, Jr., Robert Wallace, Kenneth Sexton, R. H. 
Eason, C. G. McCarver, L. C. Vereen, R. L. Crossno, J. W. Lineberger, R. L. 
Jerome, J. T. Maides, O. L. Hathaway, J. Nelson Gibson, Jr. 

WOMAN'S SOCIETY OF CHRISTIAN SERVICE CONFERENCE OFFICERS 

President Mrs. Pierce Johnson, Weldon 

Vice-President Mrs. H. C. Turlington, Dunn 

Recording Secretary Mrs. H. W. Doub, Aberdeen 

Treasurer Mrs. Hubert A. Davis, Box 6005, Raleigh 

DISTRICT BOARDS OF CHURCH BUILDING AND LOCATION 
Burlington District 

Clerical: The District Superintendent, E. B. Fisher, W. S. Potter, E. L. Hill- 
man, C. J. Andrews, D. A. Clark. 

Lay: A. M. Hubbard, E. V. Wood, J. O. Gunn, James Rogers, J. A. Culbertson. 

Durham District 
Clerical: The District Superintendent, A. L. Chaplain, W. B. Petteway, K. R. 
Wheeler. 

Lay: J. C. Dailey, W. B. Gunter, Sterling Nicholson. 

Elizabeth City District 
Clerical: The District Superintendent, O. K. Ingram, R. T. Commander, W. 
Hoyt Cheek, L. A. Green. 

Lay: L. R. Foreman, Archie Shannonhouse, C. S. Meekins. 



22 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Fayetteville District 

Clerical: The District Superintendent, J. A. Auman, J. H. Miller, C. S. Boggs. 
Lay: Joe Stowe, Crawford Thomas, F. A. Dawson. 

Goldsboro District 

Clerical: The District Superintendent, D. L. Fouts, D. A. Petty, I. T. Poole. 
Lay: J. P. Rogers, Robert Rose, Sam N. Welsh. 

New Bern District 

Clerical: The District Superintendent, .J. F. Herbert, C. M. Fogleman, Jr., 
H. L. Watson. 

Lay: W. B. Chalk, Paul Crayton, Julian Quinn. 

Raleigh District 

Clerical: The District Superintendent, G. W. Blount, J. K. Ormond, W. C. 
Walton, Jr. 

Lay: J. W. McGee, B. Troy Ferguson, Joe R. Chambers. 

Rocky Mount District 

Clerical: The District Superintendent, C. W. Barbee, Ben Musser, L. P. Jackson, 
and F. E. Still. 

Lay: Ray Bandy, D. P. McCain, R. G. Willie. 

Wilmington District 

Clerical: The District Superintendent, J. V. Early, Paul Browning, J. T. Maides. 
Lay: Lennox G. Cooper, W. D. Russell, R. I. Mintz. 

DISTRICT COMMITTEES ON MINISTERIAL QUALIFICATIONS 
Burlington District 

The District Superintendent and E. B. Fisher, T. J. Whitehead, M. D. Tyson, 
N. L. Jones, H. L. Smith. 

Durham District 

The District Superintendent and V. E. Queen, M. W. Lawrence, John Cline, 
J. C. Chaffin, H. B. Lewis. 

Elizabeth City District 

The District Superintendent and O. K. Ingram, R. T. Commander, Key W. Tay- 
lor, J. A. Auman, G. W. Crutchfield. 

Fayetteville District 

The District Superintendent and A. D. Byrd, Jr., D. W. Charlton, C. S. Boggs, 
N. P. Edens, Graham S. Eubank. 

Goldsboro District 

The District Superintendent and D. E. Earnhardt, R. H. Lewis, L. C. Vereen, 
Leon Couch, E. H. Measamer. 

New Bern District 

The District Superintendent and J. A. Russell, J. P. Pegg, R. Bruce Pate, and 
A. P. Hill, Jr. 

Raleigh District 

The District Superintendent and H. P. Powell, J. W. Page, J. K. Ormond, W. L. 
Clegg, W. C. Walton, Jr. 

Rocky Mount District 

The District Superintendent and Leon Russell, R. L. Jerome, R. W. Bradshaw, 
L. C. Brothers, W. C. Wilson. 

Wilmington District 

The District Superintendent and M. C. Dunn, B. D. Critcher, J. V. Early, S. 
J. Starnes, 



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CLASSES IN COURSE OF STUDY 

First Year: Halcombe Guice McCloud, Charles Hall Mewborn, Edward Amos 
Stone, Neil Howard Thompson, Joseph Allen Wagnon (D), James Graham White, 
Jr. 

Second Year: Horace Stanford Garris (D), Lawrence Amon Green, Holland 
Luther Hale, John Edwards Reed, Sr. (D), John Thomas Smith, Aaron Grandison 
Tyson (D), Franklin Odell Walker (D), Paul Harris Wragg (D). 

Third Year: William Ray Bailey (D), Robert Lee Baldridge (D), Rene Orville 

Bideaux (D), Paul Grayson Bunn (D), Lawrence Alvin Bursch, William Andrew 

Cheyne, Donald Edward Collins (D), Robert Emory Couch (D), Simeon Foster 

I Cummings, James Sidney Epperson (D), Joseph Conrad Glass, Jr. (D), Albert 

Nottly Gore (D), Robert Carroll Hastings (D), Arnold Kimsey King, Jr. (D), Robert 

I Norman Knight* (E), Auburn William Lorre (D), Robert Hugh Love (D), William 

' Phiffer Lowdermilk (D), William Franklin Meacham (D), Jerry Akin Means (D), 

I Henry Arthur Phillips (D), Thomas Arnold Pope (D), William Kellom Quick (D), 

Robert Everett Rhodes, Jr. (D), James Braxton Speight (D), Jesse Cloman Staton 

(D), Emerson McLean Thompson (D), Earl Summerall Tyson (D), Vernon Cephus 

Tyson (D), Charles Wesley Wooten (D). 

Fourth Year: James David Andrews (D), Claude Lillen Barrett, Jr. (D), Ellis 

Jennings Bedsworth (D), Arthur Brandenburg (D), James Lawrence Bridges* (D), 

William Hoyt Cheek* (D), Wilfong Waldron Clark, Jr. (D), James Richard Couch- 

, man (D), Samuel Gordon Dodson, Jr. (D), Edwin Lee Earnhardt (D), Wallace Mar- 

' tin Ellis* (D), Ladell Jefferson Futch (D), James William Goodwin (D), James 

Russell Hailey* (E), James Winfred Hamilton (D), Earl Erwin Henley, Jr. (D), 

Noah Bright Hill, Jr. (D), Harvey Bynum Johnson (D), Albert Ray Knotts, Jr. 

(D), John Sanders Pearsall (D), James Perry Rickards (E), Richard Norris 

Robertson (D), Robin Jerome Scroggs (D), Rufus Haywood Stark, H (D), Amos 

Henry Stone (D), Walter Eugene Tisdale (D), Grady Herman Whicker (D), 

■ Pernecie Cooper Yelverton (D). 



24 North Carolina Annual Conference 

LAY DELEGATES TO ANNUAL CONFERENCE, 1956 



BURLINGTON DISTRICT 



Charge and Delegate 



Asbury — C. V. Dowdy* 

Bethel— Ralph W. Holmes 
Bonlee — 

Broadway — Mrs. Nell Brodie 
Burlington: Davis Street — W. A. Pike 
Front Street — Reid Maynard* 
Glen Raven — Mrs. Ester Stadler* 
Grace — James F. Rogers 
Grove Park-Fountain Place — 
St. Paul— Bill Ward* 
Trinity — Hubert Wilson* 
Webb Avenue — F. F. Overman 
West Burlington — Bernard Oakley 
Burlington Circuit — W. R. Smith 
Carthage — Mrs. M. J. McPhail 
Center— Rupert Spivey 
Cobb Circuit — Mrs. Mary White 
Fairview — Willard Sawyer* . 
Friendship — Clifton Sharpe 

Glendon — J. G. Mashburn 

Goldston — Ivy Preston* 

Graham — Mrs. E. H. Gilliam 
Haw River— Mrs. James W. Goodwin 
Leasburg — N. H. Hester 
Mebane— J. W. Bell* 

Milton — Harvey J. Barker 

Moncure — E. A. Johnson 
Mt. Hermon— Mrs. L. P. Holt 
Pittsboro — W. R. Farrar 
Pittsboro Circuit — R. G. Perry* . 
Robbins— C. L. Williams* 
Robbins Circuit — J. H. Garner* 
Rock Creek — Mrs. Troy Richardson* 
Salem Chapel — Dwight Burke 
Sanford: Jonesboro Heights — E. S. Cox 
Steele Street — Harold Makepeace 
Trinity— Mrs. Iris B. Strother 
Saxapahaw — B. E. Jordan, Jr. 
Siler City— S. S. Clegg* 
Siler City Circuit — Lester Murray 
Silk Hope— J. Van Smith 
Swepsonville — Malcom Gourly 
Whitney Cross — Grady Crawford* 
Yanceyville — Eugene Aldridge 



Route 4, Sanford 

Route 1, Graham 

Route 2, Sanford 

617 Cameron, Burlington 

514 East Davis, BurLng.on 

Route 2, Elon College 

Security National Bank, Burlington 

1514 Overbrook Drive, Burlington 

1806 Pinecrest, Burlington 

Box 244, Burlington 

Trail 2, Grove Park, Burlington 

. Box 192, Glen Raven 

Carthage 

Route 1, Sanford 

Route 1, Reidsville 

Route 4, Burlington 

Route 1, Burlington 

High Falls 

Goldston 

Box 561, Granam 
. . . Box 482, Haw River 

Hurdle Mills 

Mebane 

Milton 

Moncure 

Route 1, Burlington 

Pittsboro 

Route 2, Pittsboro 

Robbins 

Route 2, Robbins 

Route 3, Liberty 

Route 1, Haw River 

Jonesboro Heignts, Sanford 
Box 428, Sanford 

Route 2, Sanford 

. Saxapahaw 

Siler City 

Route 3, Siler City 

Route 1, Siler City 

Swepsonville 

Route 1, Chapel Hill 

Yanceyville 



DURHAM DISTRICT 

Allenville-Trinity— John Walker* Route 2, Roxboro 

Andre ws-Soapc tone — Lure Herndon* 1019 Essex Road, Durham 

Bahama— C. M. Allen* Bahama 

Brooksdale-Brodkland — Glen Titus* Oxford Road, Roxboro 

Butner — L. R. Tittard .. Butner 

Bynum— Julian Suitt* TT^^rrrr: — ^-,-,-r-Route 1, Pittsboro 

Carrboro — J. Thomas Smith . Box 282, Carrboro 

Cedar Grove — R. C. Compton* Cedar Grove 

Chapel Hill: Aldersgate— Dr. Drury Wall 12 Hamilton Road, Chapel Road 

University Church— W. L. Sloan Chapel Hill 

Chapel Hill Circuit— V. A. Hoyle* Rt. 2, Chapel Hill 

Creedmoor — Mrs. Gladys Parrott Creedmoor 

Durham: Aldersgate— J. "W^ Chapel Route 5, Horton Road, Durham 

Asbury— C. C. Durham 717 Broad Street, Durham 

Bethany — Mrs. Frank Mann 413 East Greer Street, Durham 

Branson — Claude E. Inscoe 1704 Robinhood Road, Durham 

Calvary— J. H. Earnhardt 1606 Hamlin Street, Durham 

Carr — E. M. Morris 505 North Driver Avenue, Durham 

Duke Memorial — C. E. Jordan, Sr. 813 Vickers Avenue, Durham 

Duke Chapel— W. L. Hampton 3520 Roxboro Road, Durham 

Etiworth— David A. Jackson* 2913 Horton Road, Durham 

Lakewood— Mrs. A. L. Chaplin . 1810 Lakewood Avenue, Durham 

Maybrook-Massey— Marvin Masey* Route 3, Durham 

St. John— E. L. Hillman, Jr.* 1703 Ruffin Street, Durham 

St. Paul— A. L. Cash* 202 W. Lavender, Durham 

Trinity— L Stacey Weaver Box 2240, Durham 

Efland— R. B. Nichols Efland ' 

Eno — Isaac Brown Hillsboro 



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Charge and Delegate 



Address 



Fletcher's Chapel — Ralph Jones Durham 

Gray Rock— Claude Renn* RFD, Oxford 

Hillsboro— E. C. Liner Hillsboro 

Merritts-Ebenezer— J. H. Diggs* Route 3, Chapel Hill 

'Sit. Sylvan — Miss Lorena Garrard* Route 2, jjuruam 

Mt. Tirzah — J. F. Timberlake Timberlake 

Orange — L. A. Dixon, Sr Route 2, Mebane 

Oxford— J. A. Baker Oxford 

, Oxford Circuit — N. G. Crews* Route 3, Henderson 

: Person— L. P. Stegall* RFD, Koxboio 

Rougemont — W. W. Fitzpatrick Rougemont 

Roxboro: CaVel— Mrs. B. O. Poslon Box 112, CaVel 

Long Memorial — J. D. Ipock Roxboro 

Roxboro Circuit — Mrs. Grace Owens* 309 Edgar Street, Roxboro 

Stem-Bullocks— L. J. Gooch* Stem 

ELIZABETH CITY DISTRICT 

Ahoskie — Sterling Shue* 903 West Curtis Street, Ahoskie 

Lath — Mrs. Thad Tankard . Bath 

Belhaven — W. H. Calfee* Belhaven 

(L'howan — Joseph Layton* RFD 1, Hereford 

Columbia — D. M. Bridgman Columbia 

Creswell — Clyde Woodley Creswell 

Elizabeth City Road: City Road — Elgin White 109 East Broad Street, Elizabeth City 

Edenton — Dr. A. F. Downum Edenton 

Elizabeth City Road: City Road— Elg-in White 109 East Board Street, Elizabetn City 

First Church — Andrew Bailey 102 Erinhaus Street, Elizabeth City 

Riverside — Archie Shannonhouse 1118 Tuscaiora Avenue, Elizabeth City 

Grace-Trinity — Thomas White Jessup Street, Elizabeth City 

Gatesville — Mrs. J. E. R. Perry Gatesville 

. Harrellsville— Mrs. W. B. Gilliam* Harrelliville 

■ Hatteras — Richard Daily Buxton 

i Hertford— J. R. Jarvis* Hertford 

Kennakeet — A. H. Gray, Sr.* Waves 

Kityt Hawk — P. A. Tillett Kitty Hawk 

Alanteo — Mrs. Brancy Peterson . Manteo 

Mattamuskeet — Mrs. Jabin Berry . Box 23, Englenard 

Moyock — S. C. Chandler Currituck 

Murfreesboro — Mrs. Van T. Crawford . Murfreesboro 

North Gates— Hal Furr Corapeake 

l'a.squotank — Cecil Perry RFD 2, Elizabeth City 

Perquimans — Elmer L. Miller Hertford 

Plymouth — Mrs. Louise McGowan Plymouth 

lioper — Mrs. W. W. White Roper 

South Camden — W. H. Burgess Old Trap 

South Mills — Mrs. Ellwood Sawyer Camden 

Stumpy Point — Mrs. Florine Hooper Stumpy Point 

Swan Quarter — John Harold Swindell Swan Quarter 

j Union — Raymond Cartwright Route 4, Elizabetn City 

! Wanchese — Mrs. Dallas Tillett* Wanchese 

>' Washington — Nelson Banks* Washington 

Washington Circuit — H. C. Harrison Route 3, Washington 



FAYETTEVILLE DISTRICT 



Aberdeen — Mrs. W. U. Barefleld 

Biscoe — Harry Fisher* 

Caledonia — Fred A. Kendall 

Camp Ground— C. A. Tate* 

Cordova — Mrs. Charlie Fritz 

< umberland-St. Andrews — W. M. Bill, Jr.* 

Kllerbe- R. B. Deaton* 

Fayetteville: Calvary- Victory — K. C. Lancaster* 

Christ Church — Daniel A. Brown . . 

Eastover — F. A. Dawson 

Eutaw— Earl Lane* 

Gardners— Mrs. Walter E. Smith 

Haymount— J. W. Hensdale* 

Hay Street— E. L. Hauser 

Northmount— L. R. Overman* 

Person Street— Mrs. I. H. Riddle 

Hope Mills — Robert Jackson 

Hamlet: Fellowship— Jack Moore 

First Church— Mr.s. Kate Millikin 
l>aurel Hill— J. O. Gentry* 
Laurinburg — R. F. McCov 
Love Joy-Macedonia— J. Elton Tucker* 
Maxton— David M. Singley 
Mount Gilead— Dan Starling* 
Mount Gilead Circuit— Walter Chappell* 
Old Hundred— Ernest Wood* 



Aberdeen 

Candor 

209^2 East Covington, Laurinburg 

705 McPherson, Fayetteville 

Cordova 

Route 5, Fayetteville 

Ellerbe 

1018 Westlawn, Fayetteville 

5204 Cypress Road, Fayetteville 

Route 2, Fayetteville 

2526 McNeill Circle, Fayetteville 

1500 Ashford Avenue, Fayetteville 

1103 Hay Street, Fayetteville 

430 Rollingwood Circle, Fayetteville 

Box 805, Fayetteville 

32G Peison Street, Fayetteville 

Hope Mills 

Box 872, Hamlet 

542 Main Street, Hamlet 

Laurel Hill 

Laurinburg 

Box 607, Troy 

Maxton 

Mount Gilead 

Route 2, Candor 

Route 2, Laurel Hill 



26 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Charge and Delegate Address 

Parkton— J. David Jones Route 1, Hope Mills 

Pinebluff— Mrs. Lulie Gibson Route 2, Rockingliam 

Raeford— Neil Center* Racxord 

Red Springs— Dr. Walter McRae Red Springs 

Roberdell— Carson Lewis* Route 3, Rockingham 

Rockingham: Community — Mrs. Thelma S. Young* ... 16 Front Street, East Rockingham 

First Church— M. F. Grantham Rockingnam 

Glenwood-Trinity— J. M. Black Route 2, Rockinguam 

Bast Rockingham— J. W. Williams East Rockmgnam 

West Rockingham— L. C. Mask 109 Land Drive, Rockingham 

St. John-Gibson— H. E. Myers* RFD, Laurinburg 

St. Pauls— R. B. Powers St. Pauls 

Sand Hill Circuit— O'Neal Bennett Route 1, Jackson Springs 

South River— B. W. Oakes* Route 1, White Oak 

Southern Pines— J. A. Lowdermilk Midland Road, Southern Pines 

Spring Lake— Mrs. B. E. Roberts* Box 198, Spring Lake 

Stedman— A. C. Harris Stedman 

Troy— Garland S. Garriss Troy 

Troy Circuit— J. C. Saunders Route 1, Iroy 

Vass — James S'. Eskridge* Vass 

West End— Hollie Sisk* West End 

GOLDSBORO DISTRICT 

Bladen— Cecil Smith Route 5, Elizabethtown 

Beston-Bethel— B. W. Pate* Route 2, LaGrange 

Clinton : First— Percy Vann* Clinton 

Grace— Mrs. Bryant Davis Ellen Street, Goldsboro 

Clinton Circuit— R. F. Butler Route 1, Clinton 

Duplin— H. T. Brown Magnolia 

Eureka-Yelverton — D. A. Yelverton Stantonsburg 

Faison — John Warren, Sr. Faison 

Falling Creek-Providence — Ralph Jinnette Route 1, Goldsboro 

Farmville — T. E. Johner, Jr. Farmville 

Four Oaks— S. E. Sherrill Four Oaks 

Fremont — Mrs. Beulah H. Scott Fremont 

Garland — Mrs. Pearl Newkirk* Route 1, "W iliard 

Goldsboro: Daniels Memorial — W. C. Spence Route 3, Goldsboro 

St. Luke — Duncan Parsons 1603 Rose Street, Goldsboro 

S't. Paul — W. Robert Johnson 1512 Evergeen Avenue, Goldsboro 

Goshen-Keener — N. L. Daughtry Route 3, Clinton 

Hookerton-Rainbow — C. H. Albritton, Sr Hookerton 

Institute — Hugh Everett Route 2, Kinston 

Kenly — Claud Hinnant* Route 3, Kenly 

LaGrange — Mrs. John W. Mitchell* North Caswell Street, LeGrange 

Maury-Mt. Herman — L. G. Beddard* Route 1, Snow Hill 

Mount Olive — N. B. Wilson* South Martin Street Extension, Mt. Olive 

Mount Olive Circuit— C. C. Ivey, Sr RFD, Mount Olive 

Newton Grove — C. C. Cox Route 1, Four Oaks 

Pikeville — 

Pine Forest— Mrs. H. M. Hollowell Route 5, Box 305, Goldsboro 

Pink Hill — Mrs. Melba Sparrow Deep Run 

Pine Level— Mrs. J. W. Dimmette Pine Level 

Princeton — C. I. Jones . Princeton 

Roseboro — Houston Crumpler* Roseboro 

Rose Hill— D. W. Ramsey Rose Hill 

Salem— T. Leroy Smith* Route 5, Goldsboro 

Sarecta- Mrs. Arthur Whitfield* Kenansville 

Selma — R. G. Gurley Selma 

Seven S'prings — Janie Creel Route 1, Seven Springs 

Smithfield: Centenary — J. L. Creech Meadowbrook Drive, Smithtleld 

South Smithfield— Mrs. J. W. Padgett* Smithfield 

Snow Hill— A. L. Herring* Snow Hill 

Stantonsburg— S. P. Hunt Stantonsbufg 

Wallace— Mrs. J. S. Blair, Sr. Wallace 

Walstonburg-Tabernacle — Carl T Hicks* Walstonburg 

Warsaw — Mrs. B. C. Thompson Warsaw 

Wayne Circuit — Miss Carrie Hinson 210 South Slocumb Street, Goldsboro 

Wesley Circuit — J. T. Thornton Route 1, Clinton 

NEW BERN DISTRICT 

Atlantic— Mrs. Roma Davis Atlantic 

Aurora — Henry Broom Aurora 

Ayden — LeRoy Merritt Ayaen 

Beaufort: Ann Street — Harry L. Saunders Beaufort 

Beaufort Circuit — Marvin Pake Route 1, Beaufort 

Beech Grove — McNeil Ipock Route 2, New Bern 

Bridgeton Circuit — C. H. Barrow* Bridgeton 

Camp Glenn Circuit— Ray Woolridge* Route 1, Morehead City 

Dover— H. C. Ipock Route 1, Cove City 



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Charge and Delegate Address 

Greenville: Jarvis Memorial — Luther Moore Greenville 

St. James — Howard L. Hodges, Jr Greenville 

Grifton— S. E. Nelson Grifton 

Grimesland — Miss Elizabeth Edwards Chicod 

Harlowe-Oak Grove — Vernon Tolson Route 2, Newport 

Havelock: First Church — Mrs. Louise Moore* 13 Rose Court, Havelock 

Cherry Point — Cecil Hodges Havelock 

Jacksonville — C. W. Conkling, Sr.* 406 Woodland Drive, Jacksonville 

Kinston: Queen Street — Felix Harvey, III Kinston 

St. Mark— Alton Hill, Sr.* 701 East Gordon, Kinston 

Westminster — Dr. Don Henson* 208 Glenwood, Kinston 

Kinston Circuit — Bruce Heath Route 1, Kinston 

Marshallberg — Fernie Willis Marshallberg 

Maysville — Mrs. J. R. Pelletier Maysville 

i Morehead City: First Church — W. B. Chalk, Jr Morehead City 

i Franklin — Clarence Bell* 1405 S'hackleford, Morehead City 

New Bern: Centenary — T. W. Brinson 1514 Trent Boulevard, New Bern 

Riverside — Nat Dixon New Bern 

Trinity — George Ballard 2113 Woodland, New Bern 

Newport — W. V. Garner Newport 

Ocracoke — Ben Spencer* Ocracoke 

Oriental— Mrs. J. E. Ragan . Oriental 

Pollocksville — Hugh Oliver* Pollocksville 

Richlands — J. E. Rand Richlands 

Richlands Circuit— Carson Malpass* Route 2, Richlands 

Salter Path— Victor Salter* Salter Path 

Shady Grove — Hilton Moore Route 1, Trenton 

Straits-Harkers Island — Lester Piggott* Glouchester 

' Stonewall — Dick Hudson* Vandemere 

Stonewall Circuit— Miss Ruth Carol Gatlin Stonewall 

Swansboro — R. T. Riggs Swansboro 

Trenton — J. C. West, Jr. Trenton 

Vanceboro — Thomas DuBoisse . Vanceboro 

Vanceboro Circuit — B. L. Witherington Route 1, Vanceboro 

Williston-Smyrna — Mrs. Leslie Pake Willistori 

Woodington- Webbs — Mrs. Walton Bass Route 4, Kinston 

RALEIGH DISTRICT 

Angler — J. E. Williams Angler 

Apex-Holly Springs — Carl H. Tower Route 4, Raleigh 

Bailey — W. R. Parsons Bailey 

Benson — Mrs. W. E. Denning Benson 

Gary — Miss Irma Ellis Gary 

Clayton— D. G. Satterfield Clayton 

Coats— Wallace Betts* Route 1, Lillington 

Dunn — Frank Wilson Dunn 

Ebenezer — Leonard Caviness* 504 Rush Street, Raleigh 

Erwin — B. B. Hudson EIrwin 

■ Franklinton — C. W. Brown . Franklinton 

Fuquay — C. M. Matthews Fuquay Springs 

' Garner Circuit — Mrs. George W. Lane Route 1, Garner 

Garner — Ralph Whaley* Garner 

Granville Circuit — M. G. Kittrell Route 3, Oxford 

; Henderson: City Road— H. M. Lewis 302 Main Street, Henderson 

! First Church— J. C. Stabler 112 Church Street, Henderson 

' White Memorial — Mrs. Louis Wilder 224 Davis Street, Henderson 

• Kipling-Cokesbury— W. J. Cotton, Sr Kipling 

Knightdale — Charles H. Smith Knightdale 

Lillington — Mrs. Joel Layton, Jr Lillington 

Louisburg — John H. Hodges Louisburg 

Louisburg Circuit — A. E. Liles Bunn 

Macedonia— Frank Dover* Route 4, Raleigh 

Macon — R. H. Shaw Macon 

Mamers— Fred Taylor* Route 1, Spring Lake 

Middleburg— Allen Holloway* Route 3, Henderson 

Millbrook— W. N. H. Jones Route 1, Raleigh 

Mount Pleasant— F. W. Perry, Jr Route 1, Bailev 

Norlina— Daniel Knight Norlina 

Pleasant Grove— J. M. Moore Route 6, Raleigh 

naleigh: Edenton Street — Joe R. Chambers 2012 Lewis Circle, Raleigh 

Fairmont— J. W. McGee* Route 1, Gary 

Highland— Mrs. R. E. Brown 1224 Banbury Road, Raleigh 

Hayes Barton— John Cameron 2707 Kilgore Street, Raleigh 

Jenkms Memorial— Mrs. A. F. Tannery* 411 Glenwood Avenue, Raleigh 

Layden Memorial — W. M. Burnette* Route 3, Raleigh 

Longview— R. A. Burt 307 Colleton Road, Raleigh 

Six Forks Road— William Cranford* 5082 Geryden Circle, Raleigh 

rnnlty— N. R. Stephenson 720 Holden Street, Raleigh 

Wesley Memorial— J. R. Boulware* 2514 Kenmore Sttreet, Raleigh 

;« estover— Mrs. J. S. Spikes Raleigh 

Wynnewood Park— Mrs. W. A. Martin Raleigh 

rar River— John A. Wilson Route 3, Louisbuft 



28 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Charge and Delegate Address 

Vance A R King Route 1, Henderson 

Wake Forest-Youngsville— Mrs. L. D. Gill Wake Forest 

Warren— L. A. Fowler Route 3, Warrenton 

Warrenton— W. E. Perry Warrenton 

Wendell— Walter Burgess Wendell 

Zebulon— Mrs. M. J. Sexton* Zebulon 

ROCKY MOUNT DISTRICT 

Aulander — J. R. Jenkins, Jr.* Aulander 

Battleboro— Mrs. Jack Fisher* Route 1, Whitakers 

Bethel— C. W. Everett Bethel 

Conway — James Hedgpeth Conway 

Elm City— J. G. Fleming Elm City 

Enfield- Earl Overton Enfleld 

Bvansdale-Black Creek — W. C. Yelverton Route 2, Fi-emont 

Gaston — Mrs. R. C. Hodges Star Route, Roanoke Rapids 

Halifax — Percy A. Harris Halifax 

Hobgood— Mrs. J. L. Mizelle* Route 1, Palmyra 

Jamesville— C. L. Daniel Route 1, Williamstoil 

Littleton— M. A. Sillery Littleton 

Littleton-Tabor— J. H. Newell Route 2, Littleton 

Nash Circuit— Mr.s. Gordon Allen Route 2, Spring Hope 

Nashville— J. A. Glover Nashville 

Northampton— Garland Collier Route 2, Conway 

Pinetops— F. D. Walston Box 122, Tarboro 

Red Oak — D. T. May Route 3, Rocky Mount 

Rich Square— T. B. Elliott* Woodland 

Roanoke Circuit — J. Edward Allen Route 1, Roanoke Rapids 

Roanoke Rapids: First — Jimmie Tucker* Roanoke Rapids 

Robersonville — Clayton House Hamilton 

Rosemary — Carl Thompson* Roanoke Rapids 

Rocky Mount: Clark Street— Willis Hood 800 Marigold Street, Rocky Mount 

Bnglewood — H. W. Broughton 214 Clifton Road, Rocky Mount 

First Church — Julian Aldridge* . . . 1106 LaFayette Avenue, Rocky Mount 

Marvin — Herman Allen . . 823 Peachtree Street, Rocky Mount 

St. Paul — Mrs. Minnie M. Carpenter* . . 318 South Church Street, Rocky Mount 

Sandy Cross — Herman Baker* Route 3, Nashville 

Scotland Neck — Mrs. W^. L. Harris Scotland Neck 

Seaboard — J. P. Spencer, Jr.* Seaboard 

Spring Church-Garysburg — Miss Clyde Reid Garysburg 

Spring Hope — Allen Barbee Spring Hope 

Stokes— H. O. Warren Route 1, Stokes 

Tarboro: Hart— W. E. Nix 311 Carolina Avenue, Tarboro 

St. James— L. W. Hill Tarboro 

Weldon — W. B. Joyner* Welion 

Wesley Memorial — Claud Joyner* Farmville 

West Halifax— Mrs. R. C. Rives Route 3, Enfield 

Whitakers— D. E. Cutchins* Whitakers 

Williamston — H. L. Swain Williamston 

Wilson: First — John Hackney 609 Raleigh Road, Wilson 

Winstead— T. H. Sanford 1003 Briggs Street, Wilson 

Windsor — Mrs. C. V. Cobb* Route 4, Windsor 

WILMINGTON DISTRICT 

Ashpole — Mrs. Bertie Campbell* RFD 2, Rowland 

Bethesda — Ashley Walters RFD 1, Orrum 

Burgaw — Jepthah Casey, Sr. Burgaw 

Carolina Beach — Mrs. Henry Burnett . RFD 2, Wilmington 

Carvers Creek — Paul Savage* RFD 1, Council 

Cerro-Gordo-Olivet — A. C. Oliver Marietta 

Chadbourn — J. W. Mooney* . Chadbourn 

Clarkton Circuit— F. K. Rogers Route 1, Clarkton 

Council — J. J. Holmes* Route 1, Bolton 

Dublin— J. C. Willis* RFD 1, Elizabethtown 

Elizabethtown— Roy Helms* Box 263, Elizabethtown 

Fair Bluff— C. A. Scott Fair Bluff 

Fairmont — Carl C. Crutchfield* Fairmont 

Fairview-Hickory Grove — Mrs. D. F. Lowry Route 1, Homer 

Federal Point— Otis Davis* RFD 2, Box 332, Wilmington 

Hallsboro— C. F. Gore* Hallsboro 

Lake Waccamaw — C. E. Riggs* Lake Waccamaw 

Lumberton: Chestnut Street — R. Knox Andrews, Sr 701 N. Chestnut St., Lumberton 

Lumberton Circuit — R. F. Kinlaw* RFD 1, Lumberton 

Pembroke: First — Harvey Lowry* Pembroke 

Pembroke Circuit — J. A. McLeod* Buie 

Pleasant Grove — Willard Chavis* . . Pembroke 

Prospect — Lester Bullard RFD 1, Pembroke 

Rocky Point— D. M. Fennell* Rockv Point 

Rowland — James R. Pate* Rowland 

Scotts Hill— Mrs. McKinley Millis Scotts Hill 

Shallotte : Camp— Mrs. Paul Grooms* Shallotte 



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Charge and Delegate Address 

Shallotte Circuit— Floyd Kirby Rpr) i Sunnlv 

Sneads Ferry-Verona— L. A. Pittman* ' Verona 

Southport— Ray Walton Smith Pnrt 

Tabor City— L. E. Gore .V. Tabor crfv 

Town Creek— Mrs. Viola Mintz I eiani 

Waccamaw-Mrs. W. D. Goer PFD 1, Clarendon 

Whiteville— E. F. Sears Whiteville 

Whiteville Circuit— Mrs. Nannie Thompson* T?FD 2 Whiteville 

Wilmington: Epworth— Mrs. Eugene Tate Bo> -275 Wilmington 

S-^^yS^A^^''^^^^*'®,?*^ McKenzie, Sr 360.5 Winston if/enue, Wilmington 

^!-.^^.'^1^^"t"®Tt?v;-<-^- ^°""^ 20 Jackson Street, Wilminlton 

?M^= r?; ^' w .^^ r>- Box 1320, Wilmington 

T^,"„^-f P^rk-Wade Pierce 2718 Harrison Street, Wilmington 

Tnnity— Herman N. Hayden Box 'f'S Wilmini-ton 

Wesley Memorial-W. D. Russell 2717 East Lake Shore Drhe, Wnmlnfton 



30 North Carolina Annual Conference 

CHRONOLOGICAL ROLL OF THE CONFERENCE 



Honorary Member, Bishop Paul N. Garber 
Honorary Member, Bishop W. W. Peele 
Honorary Member, Dr. R. P. Marshall 

R — Retired Sy — Supernumerary E — ^E£Fective 

*Not present at this session of the Conference 

^Orders recognized 

















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Massey, Lucius S.* 

Barnes, Albert S.* 

Starling, George B.* 

"Woodall, Preston D.* 

Bradley, James W.* 

Elliott, William P.* 

Brown, William H. 

Royall, William 'R.* 

Hoyle, John W., Sr.* 

Noblitt, Frank B.* 

Thrift, Charles T.* 

E'wing, Henry C* 

Rogers, Charles T. 

Spence, Hersey E.* 
Lance, liicks E.* 

Martin, W. Christian* 

Boone, J. Joshua 

Love, Franklin S. 

Phipps, William T.* 

Harmon, John C. 

McRae, William V.* 4 

Self, Marvin Y 

Duval, Kirby F.* 

Culbreth, Frank* 

Hayman, Louis D.* 

Hurley, Bernard T 

Frank, John W.* 

Edwards, Robert G. L 

Strickland, Nathan B.* 

Hendricks, Harris L.* 

Fletcher, Maynard O. 

Lee, Thomas W 

Miller, J. Herbert 

Slaughter, Baxter B. 

Dodd, E. David 3 

Tanaka, Isawo* 

Porter, Hubbard B.* 

Durham, Ernest C* 

Cade, William A .- 

Lane, Daniel* 1 

Lowry, Doctor F 

Glass, Henry I 

Parker, Albea S 

Munns, R. Floyd 

Lowe, William G.* 

Russell, John A. 

Tharpe, John A.* 

Myers, Hiram E 

Maness, William L 

Benson, Walter C 

Poole, Ivey T. 

Bbone, Benjamin F. 1 

Hall, Leon M 

Earnhard, D. Edwin 3 

Smith, Jackson L.* 

Loy, W. Lawrence 

Williams, Benjamin M.* 

Walton, A. J 



R Greenville 

R Kinston 

R Elizabeth City 

R Washington 

R Concord 

R Greensboro 

R Wilmington 

R Goldsboro 

R Goldsboro 

R Charlotte ... 

R Danville, Va. 

R Americus, Ga. 

R Rocky Mount . 

R New Bern 

R New Bern 

R New Bern 

R New Bern . . 

R New Bern 

R Brunswick, Ga. 

R Salisbury 

R Durham 

R Asheville 

R Raleigh 

R Raleigh . 

R Elizabeth City 

R Elizabeth City 

R Elizabeth City 

R Kinston 

R Kinston 

R Augusta, Ga. 
Maryville, Tenn 



R Fayetteville 

E Fayetteville 

R Fayetteville 

R Fayetteville 

E Kobe, Japan 

R Oxford 

R Oxford 

R Oxford . 

R Oxford 

R Walkertown 

R Washington 

E Washington 

R Washington 

R Washington 

E Washington 

R Washington 

E Wilmington 

R Wilmington 

R Wilmington 

E Wilmington 

R Durham . 

E Durham .... 

E Durham . . 

R Gastonia . . 

R Durham 

R Winston-Salem 

E Charleston, W. Va 



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Hurley, J. Bascom 1 

Merritt, Benjamin O 

Maness, Eli C. 

iTaser, Harry C* 

Clarke, David A 

Lanning, Jesse H 

Cline, John* 

Surratt, H. Preo 

Petty, Dwight A 

Larkin, Leon C. 

Dimmette, Joel W 

Hall, Edgar M.* 

Richmond, Isaac S.* 

Brantley, Allen P 

Hethcox, Robert L 

Hillman, Edgar L 

Wellons, Raipn D.* 

Brothers, Lloyd C 1 

Clegg, Ernest R 

Farrar, Walter G 

King, Hiram K. 

Guthrie, Charlie W 

Lowry, French R* 

Chambers, Martin R 

Long, John O.* 

Hobbs, A. Jarvis 

Sharpe, Daniel M 

Cowan, Ernest G 

Dawson, Walter L.* 

Davis, Harvey L 

Brown, Adrian E 

Vaughan, W. Norman 

Downum, Edgar W 

Bartak, Joseph P.* 

Edmond, Etnest E 

Minnis, J. F 

Watts, Lawrence A 

McLamb, McDonald 3 

Starnes, Shirley J 2 

Husted, Morris L 

Clegg, W. Lemuel' 

Ball, Walter C. 

Potter, W. Stanley 
Powell, Howard P. 
Ashmore, Hubert R. 

Barclift, Chancie D. 

Underwood, William J.* 5 

Lee, Percy O. 
Jerome, Robert L. 
Crawford, E'ugene C. 
Critcher, B. Duke 

Cranford, John D 

Edens, Nelson P. 

Shuller, Edgar R. 

Henderson, Marion C. 

Newton, Pliny F. . 

Jones, Horace C. 

Stott, J. Doane 

Wilson, W. Carleton 

Caudill, Russell H 

Cash, Howard H. 

Moore, G. Nelson 

Fields, Paul H.* 

Dawson, R. Grady 

Baum, Herman B. 

Brandenburg, F. Bardin 1 

Pegg, J. Paul . . 

Whitehead, Talton J 

Melton, Omer C 

Fisher, Edgar B. 

Thompson, Arthur L 

Vickery, Robert L.* 



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E Greenville 

E Greenville 

R Greenville 

E Coopertown, N. Y. 

E Asheville 

E Asheville 

R Asheville 

E Mebane 

E Goldsboro 

E Goldsboro 

R Goldsboro 

R Goldsboro 

R Logan, W. Va. 

E Greensboro 

E Thomasville 

E Atlanta, Ga. 

E Mosadabad, India 

E Wilson 

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R Wilson 

E Wilson 

R Troy 

R Troy 

E Memphis, Tenn. . 

R Rocky Mount . 

E Rocky Mount 

R Salisbury 

E Burlington 

R High Point 

E Raleigh 

E Raleigh 

R Raleigh 

R Raleigh 

E Prague, Czecho. . 

E Gibbsboro, N. J. 

E High Point 

E Elizabeth City 
Elizabeth City 



E Elizabeth City 



Wheeling, W. Va. 
Wilmington . . 
Wilmington 
Richmond, Mo. 
Greensboro 



E Fayetteville 
E Fayetteville 
R Fayetteville 



Fayetteville 

Fayetteville 
E Fayetteville 
E Fayetteville 
E Greensboro 
E Fayetteville 
E Conway, Ark. 
E High Point 
E Boone Terre, Mo. 

E Griffin, Ga 

E Durham 

E Durham 

E Durham . . 

Doweltown, Tenn. 



E Maysville, Ky. 



R Raleigh 

E Raleigh 

E Raleigh 

B Raleigh 

E Asheboro 

E Asheboro 

R Raleigh 

B Wilson 

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1917 


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7 


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1921 


36 


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1922 


1924 


33 


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36 


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1922 


1924 


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17 


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1924 


1926 


34 


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1924 


1926 


34 


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1926 


1928 


27 


1922 


1924 


1926 


31 


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1922t 


34 


1922 


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34 


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33 


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1927 


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1927 


33 


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33 


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32 


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32 


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1927 


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1927 


1929 


31 


1925 




1929t 


28 


1925 


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31 


1925 


1927 


1932 


31 


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31 


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1928 


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30 


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1930 


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25 


1927 


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23 


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131 Herbert, J. Furman 

132 Heath, C. Freeman* 

133 Hedden, Forrest D. 

134 Pollock, Henry F. 

135 Garland, Roger E. 

136 Lawrence, Marquis W 

137 Tilley, Lester A. 

138 Hough, Thomas B. . 

139 Barbee, Carl W. 

140 Strawbridge, Ishmael . 

141 Hathaway, Offie L. . 

142 Lewis, Ralph H. 

143 Measamer, Elwin H. 

144 Russell, Leon 

145 Howard, William M., . 

146 Womack, Carlos P. 

147 Williams, A. Morris 

148 Traynham, David D. 

149 Cunningham, M. Earl 

150 Holt, D. Dillon 

151 Edwards. Earl B. 

152 Harris, H. LeRoy . 

153 Maness, Paul R. 

154 Jones, Foster L. 

155 Bradshaw, Robert W. 

156 Andrews, Chester J. 

157 Warren, Millard W. 

158 Blount, George W. 

159 Jenkins, Theodore R. 

160 Ruark, Henry G. . 

161 Robbins, Cecil W. 

162 Morris, Clarence P. 

163 Garlington, J. Ezell 

164 Lee, Allen C. 

165 Goldston, C. Wade 

166 Joyce, Johnnie L. 

167 Lewis, Vance A. 

168 Lewis, Louis A. . 

169 Ross, Leon W. 

170 Lineberger, James 

171 Vale, Charles E. 

172 Maness, Madison W. 

173 Tew, W. Alton 

174 Young, J. Doyne 

175 Fitts, Robert N.* 

176 Dunn, Millard C. 

177 Long, Charles B. 

178 Stephenson, Marion 

179 Walston, Robert E. 

180 Harrison, Russell S. 

181 Early, Joyce V 

182 Moser, R. E. Lee 

183 Boggs, Clyde S 

184 Fouts, Dwight L. . . 

185 Wright, Carl K. 

186 Anderson, Wilbur K.* 

187 Elkins, Ollie V. 

188 McLamb, Howard M. 

189 Eubank, Graham S. 

190 Cotton, Worth B. 

191 Stevens, Willis R. 

192 Pritchard, Ralph W. 

193 Greene, John T.* 

194 Poe, John R. . 

195 Meacham, Benjamin P. 

196 Crow, William A 

197 Crossno, R. Leon 

198 Grant, Nicholas W. . . 

199 Hix, C. Eugene, Jr.* .. 

200 Coble, Joseph F 

201 Nelson, Claude D 

202 Gardner, Matt R 



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Wilson 

Wilson 

Tampa, Fla. 
McKeeport, Pa. 
Worcester, Mass 
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Seoul, Korea 



E Henderson 

Henderson 

Albemarle 

Henderson 

Henderson . . 

Henderson . . 

Henderson 

Greensboro . . 

Greensboro 

E Henderson 
B Charleston, W. Va 
E Parkersb'g, W. V 
E Greenville ... 

E Greenville 

E Greenville 

E Rocky Mount 

E' Rocky Mount . . , 

E Rocky Mount . . 

E Rocky Mount 

E Burlington 

E Chatham, La. 

E Rocky Mount 

E Rocky Mount 

E Rocky Mount 

E Walkertown 

E Blue Ridge 

E Salisbury, Md. 

B Durham 

E Durham 

E' Durham 
E Durham 

E Durham 

R Durham 

E Washington . . . 
B Washington 
E Washington 
E Washington 
E "Washington 

"Washington 



E Greensboro 



Winchester, Ky. 
Washington 
Oneonta, Ala. 
Blackwell, Okla. 
Bluefield, W. Va 



E Wilmington 



Wilmington 

E Wilmington 

E Wilmington 

E Bedford, Ind. 

E New Bern 

E New Bern 

E New Bern 

E New Bern 

B New Bern 

E New Bern 

E New Bern 

E Albemarle 

E New Bern 

E New Bern 



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I :j03 Xewton, R. Zenos i E Raleign ~ 

204 Parrish, Leslie L 4 E Raleiffh 

, 205 Ormond, J. Kern E Raleig-h 

1 206 Barrs, William K.* E Raleilh 

, 207 Lewis, Henry B E Ralei°h 

j 208 Overton, James H., Jr E Raleiah 

; 209 Patterson, Floyd M E Elizabeth City : 

210 Page, Jack W. E Elizabeth Citv 

' HX^^a'^^??.^^^- J'- E Elifablth Cky : 

■212 Hubbard Charles S E Elizabeth CitV 

213 Queen \ ergil E E Fayetteville ' . 

,214 Harrell, Haywood L E Fayetteville 

21o Rogers, Harry L E Fayetteville 

j216 Cushman, Robert E.* E Genesee Oonf 

:-:i^ Bradley. David Gilbert E Snl' BeaS^lf Cal 

;9io S''P''%^'^T®*^> ^^^ Wilmington 

1219 Neese, W. Junius E Wilmine-ton 

220 Harris, Cecil Bryon E Wm niton 

:221 Wheeler. Kermit E Wm niton 

.222 Taylor, Key W. E Wm niton 

.223 Autry. John D. A. E Wm niton 

224 Howard, W. Elmer 2 E W m nl on 

225 Ingram, O. Kellv E Tu^S.ia Ala 

226 Boone, Sidney G E Surham "'' -^'"- 

227 Gray, Alan D. L E Durham 

,22S Dicks, Russell L E Dallas Vv«^ 

229 Freeman William L E g^rha^ 

•230 House, Thomas H E Knoxvillc Tenn 

,231 Regan, James R 5 E WH^on ' 

.232 Kinlaw, Grover C. E w son 

,233 Mercer, Charles H E w son 

234 Carruth, Paul E Wilson 

230 Rogers, James E'.* E Riahnnvrin^ c 

236 Mooney, Robert C. Jr. : E Eecatur Via 

237 Caviness, Woodrow W E Wilson 

,238 Crutchfield, Gilbert W E Rocky Mount 

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?C|ii,^E;^^a.jr.:;::.;;^ i l^oSUS 

44 Sponenberg, James E E R^ckv Mount 

45 Boone, Daniel C. 6 E Rocky Moun[ 

46 Musser, Benjamin F. E Rocky Mount 
.'47 Bame, Robert L. E Rockv Monnt 

■'49 Ff/;r"^n'^"l^""T^* - ^ R-k>^ Moun 

' P«f/in i"^"^^- ^^- E Ro^ky Mount 

-ou Patten, Brooks E TinoUv TUr.iiri+ 

;51 Gregory, Walter B. . E R^cty Mount 

53 PntP°n''"' ^"'?^^ ¥■* E Lafa/etf^? £a. 

03 Ports George W., Jr. B Lynchburg Va 

04 Charlton, David W. E Ralei"h 
'ioo Collins, Thomas A. E rI e ^h 
:56 Johnson, Carl A. E Rale Ih 

;57 McCarver, Clyde G. B Rale Ih 

58 Cuthreli. Harold G.' R Ra e |h 

..'59 McCoy, Charles S. E Ra e Ih 

J?"f% Barney I E B^'ok^l^n, N. Y. 

•^ Da ■ Frannf^'T. ^^ g Knoxville, Tenn 

-ei Sa^ek'^ea^^-^s^H.* I ^ll^^To 

' ll^Serfr-^- - i --^n . 

'70 PW T^\,-^-,F^"' ^ Henderson 

''^> < Ime, .John M. ... E H^nrii^T-cfin 

Rulfn"''' /°.'^" 7.' ^'- ■ • • • ^^ Hindlrson 

73 Rpir, ■ r;^''''" i- T ^ Henderson 

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NAME >* > 

ail 

^ 

Wells, William M., Jr. 

Aycock, Johnnie D 

"W inberry, Herman S 

Bingham, Buel E. 

Auman, James Albert 1 

Jackson, L. P . 

Lewis, David M. 

Epps, Ralph I 

Tilley, Charles J. 

Huston, Hollis W.* 

Lancaster, Alton S. 3 

Crowder, William R 2 

Fowlkes, Ralph E. 

Dawsey, Cyrus B., Jr. . . 
Fogleman, Clarence M., Jr. 
Newton, Carl R. . 

Davidson, Barney L. 

Kinley, Grady L 

Miller, J. Herbert, Jr. 
Walton, William C, Jr. 
Jones, Norwood L. 
Kinlaw, Dennis F.* 

Glover, Murrell K 

Wilson, Kelly J., Jr 

Babington, Wallace K. 
Whitley, Edgar Earl 
Whicker, Grady Herman 
Jamieson, Herbert M. 

Hill, Alton P., Jr 

Reynolds, Alonza Lee 

Gatlin, Curtis R.* 

Feltman, Walter C. 

Commander, Richard T. 

Nickens, C. Graham ''• 

Megill, George C. 

Brogan, Wesley G. 

Garrison, John W.* 

Leatherman, Harold F. 

McDonald, Walter N 

Little, Brooks B'. 
Richardson, John E. 
Brown, James C. P. 
Watson, Harvey L. 
Moore, Robert F. , 

Tyson, Marvin D. 
Byrd, Albert D., Jr. 
Eason, Robert H. 

Seawell, William A 

Davis, Herman F. 

Minor, Harold D 

Gitlin, Emmanuel M. 
Bridges, Lawrence J. 
Dunn, Clyde H. 
Desrosiers, Norman A. 
Atwater, Warren E., Jr.* 
Johnson, Walter R. - 

Bizzell, Henry A., Jr. 
Barefleld, Robert S. 

Clark, Wilfong W., Jr 

Beane, Kenneth E.* 

Lambert, Wilson S 

Tyson, Tommy 2 

Warren, Clarence L. 
Jordan, Robert H. 
Brown, Chester D. 
Smotherman, Ernest H. 
Goodwin, James W. 

Cameron, Angus M 

HaileJ^ James R. 

Kirby, Wallace H 

Starnes, William B 



g Where 

C© Admitted 



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E Elizabeth City 

E Elizabeth City 

B Elizabeth City 

B Elizabeth City 

E Elizabeth City 

B Roanoke, Va. 

B Greenville . . 

E Greenville 

B Greenville 

B Greenville 

B Greenville . . 

B Greenville 

^ Charleston, ^V. V 

E Sanford 

E Sanford 

" Sanford 

Sanford 

Sanford 

Sanford 

Sanford 

Sanford 

Sanford 

Sanford 

E Sanford 

B Sanford 

E Sanford 

E Sanford 

B Sanford 

E Kinston 

E Kinston 

E Kinston 

E Kinston 

E Kinston 

E Kinston 

B Kinston 

E Kinston 

E Kinston 

B Kinston 

E Kinston 

B Kinston 

E Kinston 

]'< Kinston 

'":; Kinston 

j'^ Kinston 

E Kinston 

E Kinston 

E Groveton, X. H. 

E Kinston 

E Kinston 

B Davenport, Iowa 

E Minnesota Conf. 

E Wilmington 

E Wilmington 

B Wilmington 

E Wilmington 

E Wilmington 

E Wilmington 

E Wilmington . 

E Wilmington 

B Wilmington 

E Wilmington 

E Wilmington 

E Wilmington 

B Wilmington . 

E Greensboro 

E Nashville, Tenn. 

E Tuscumbia, Ala. 

E Brooklyn, X. Y. 

E Burlington 

E Burlington 

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Brodie, Robert S 1 

White, Christian 4 

Earnhardt, Edwin L . 

Tyson, George H 

Gibson, Robert S 

p-itzgerald, F. Owen, Jr 

Aitken, Louis Allon 1 

Aitken, Paul W esley 

Sexton, Kenneth B 

Owen, J. Malloy, III 

Savell, Joel M.* 

Wentz, Vv alter A., Jr 

Regan, James R., Jr 

Dodson, Samuel G.* 1 

McKee, Robert F 

Wegwert, Wayne G 

Steele, Thomas Fant, Jr. 

Garraid, William R. 

Couchman, James R. 

Osborn, Robert T.» 

Shoaf, Early C 

Pfister, John William 

Gore, Albert N., Jr. 

Smith, Harmon L., Jr 

S'wofford, T. H., Jr 

Dillman, Lewis A. 

Roettger, Chas. Donald 

Crawford, Van T. 

Stone, Amos Henry 

Knight, Robert N 

Johnson, Harvey Bynum 

Bass, Walton x\., Sr 2 

Allen, Joseph Land 

Cahow, Clark R 

Glover, Robert Keith 

Hill, Noah B., Jr 1 

Pate, Robert Bruce, Jr. 

McKenzie, G. Robert, Jr. 

Fleming, Ralph Lang, Jr. 

Meekins, Earl Ray 9 

Grill, Charles F., Jr 

Hamilton, James W 

Wallace, Robert 

Yelverton, Pernecie C 

Crum, John H 

Browning, Paul 

Sherman, William W., Jr 

Cheek, William H 

Duplissey, Frederick J 

Ellis, Wallace M. 

Landers, Samuel E. 

Layfield, Pearce H., Jr. 

Fisher, Albert F. 

Parrish, John Henry 8 

Bishop, W. Warren 

Rickards, James Perry 

Wier, Frank E. 

Jeffries, William Mac 

McClung, Ardell F 

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^ Atlanta, Ga. 
^ Morehead, Ky. 
^ Seattle, Wash. 
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ft Kansas City, Kan 
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^ Greenville, Miss. 

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it Richmond, Ky. . . 

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sstevens, Edward Amos First Year 

White, James Graham, Jr. First Year 

Mewborn, Charles Hall 2 First Year 

Quick, William K. First Year 

Thompson, Neil H First Year 

McLeod, Halcombe G. First Year 

Wagnon, Joseph A First Year 

Bailey, William Ray 1 First Year 

Baldridge, Robert Lee First Year 

Bursch, Lawrence Alvin First Year 

Epperson, James Sidney First Year 

Hastings, Robert Carrol 1 First Year 

King, Arnold Kimsey, Jr. 1 First Year 

Love, Robert Hugh First Year 

Lowdermilk, William Phiffer First Year 

Means, Jerry Akin First Year 

Phillips, Henry Arthur, Jr. 1 First Year 

Pope, Thomas Arnold 2 First Year 

Reed, John Edwards 1 First Year 

Rhodes, Robert Everett First Year 

Thompson, Emerson McLean First Year 

Tyson, Vernon Cephus 2 First Year 

Tyson, Aaron Grandison Second Year 

Lore, Auburn Second Year 

Cummings, Symeon F Second Year 

Collins, Donald E. Second Year 

Andrews, James David* Second Year 

Green, Lawrence A Second Year 

Hale, Holland Luther Second Year 

Meacham, William F 7 Second Year 

Wooten, Charles W 3 Second Year 

Staton, Jesse Cloman Second Year 

Barrett, Claude L., Jr Second Year 

Henley, Earle Erwin, Jr Second Year 

Speight, James Braxton Second Year 

Stark, Rufus H., II Second Year 

Owens, Charles Edward* Second Year 

Caudill, C. C* Second Year 

Cheyne, William A Second Year 

Garris, Horace S Second Year 

Smith, John Thomas 3 Second Year 

Bedsworth, E. J Second Year 

Bideaux, Rene O Second Year 

Bunn, Paul Grayson Second Year 

Glass, Joseph Conrad Second Year 

Jernigan, Julius A.* 2 Second Year 

Scroggs, Robin Jerome Second Year 

Tisdale, Walter Eugene Second Year 

Tyson, Earl S. 1 Second Year 

Walker, Franklin O. 1 Second Year 

Wragg, Paul Harris 1 Second Year 

Pearsall, John S. Second Year 

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8. Bryant, James H 

9. Byers, Morris J 

10. Byrd, Douglas N 

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13 Carroll, James M. 

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17. Crawley, Hyder F 1954 1956 2 

18. Creech, McGee 

19. Davenport, W. S 

20. Davis, George A 

21. Dunn, Edgar V 

22. Eason, W. E 

23. Fisher, J. T 

24. Foster, R. G 

25. Frost, William R. 

26. Fulford, W. Nelson 1955 1 

27. Gibat, Henry E 1955 1 

28. Giles, Woodrow 1 

29. Gilland, J. C 

30. Gradeless, R. M 

31. Grimes, J. J 

32. Hale. W. R 

33. Hamilton, R. C, Jr 

34. Harrell, J. W 

35. Harris, D. L 1954 2 

36. Heckard, M. W., Jr 

37. Hicks, Henry, III 1 

38. Hollowell, C. R 

39. Irwin, Robert L. 2 

40. Jones, H. B 1954 1956 2 

41. Jones, Vassar W. 1954 2 

42. Kelley, George M 4 

43. Knight, William E 

44. Locklear, Jakie — ■ — 2 

45. Locklear, Nash 

46. Long, J. D. 1952 1956 3 

47. Lupton, James G 

48. Mahoney, J. E 

49. Marks, Luther 

50. Marks, Rufus 

51. Mayo, Leonard E 1951 — — 1 

52. McCullen, B. R 1954 2 

53. McLean, Robert A 

54. Meadows, Dan E 1956 1 

55. Midgett, P. D., HI 1956 

56. Moore, Sam S 4 

57. Nichols, A. W 1 

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CLASSIFIED CONFERENCE DIRECTORY 



Presiding Bishop 

Garber, Bishop Paul N. — 404 Methodist Building, Richmond, Virginia 

Office Telephone 3-6976, Home Telephone 84-5929 

Peele, Bishop W. W., Honorary Member, Laurinburg, S. C. 

Marshall, Dr. R. P., Honorary Member, Greensboro, N. C. 



I. Traveling Preachers 

(1) TRAVELING PREACHERS: EFFECTIVE 

Telephone No. 
Name and Address — Appointment S. Study, H. Home 

Aitken, L A., Manteo— Manteo S'. 9-W, H. 9-J 

Aitken, P. D., Duke Hospital, Durham, Chaplain, Duke University Hospital 
Allen, J. L., 17 Hillhouse Ave., New Haven, Conn., Student, Yale Divinity School 
Anderson, W. K'. Chaplain, U. S. Army 

Andrews, C. J. Robbins— Robbins 342o 

Andrews, J. D., Greensboro, Sec, Peace Education, American Friends Ser\ . Com. 
Ashmore, H. R., St. Pauls— St Pauls 265G 

Atwater, W. E., Jr., 1156 East 57th St., Chicago 37, 111., Student, Univ. of Chicago 

Auman, J. A. Hertford— Hertford alSl 

Autry, J. D. A., Fairmont — Fairmont -4341 

Ayeock, J. D., Box 566, Lumberton— Lumberton Circuit 7162 

Babington, W. K., 2524 Banner St., Durham— St. Paul S. 2-6720, H. 0-4420 

Bailey, W. R., Durham, Student, Duke University Divinity School 
Baldridge, R. L., Red Oak— Red Oak-Yorks 

Ball, Walter C, 803 Sycamore St., Rocky Mount— District Superintendent 2-3022 

Bame, R. L., P.O. Box 1135. Southern Pine.s— Southern Pines 2-7314 

Barbee, C. W., Enfield— Enfield 233-1 

■ Barclift, C. D., 1002 W. Knox St., Durham— District Superintendent 8-1174 

. Barefield, R. S., Appalachian State Teachers' College, Boone— Dir., Wesley Foundation 

I Barrett, Claude, Rt. 1, Morehead City — Camp Glenn 6-4665 

, Barrett, T. J., Zebulon— Zebulon . . AN-95381 

Barrs, W. K., Veterans Administration Hospital, 42nd Ave. & Clement St., 
San Francisco 21, Cal., Chaplain, Veterans Administration 
, Bartak, J. P., Wien, XVIII, Colloredogasse, 22/1, Austria, Europe — Missionary, Austria 
; Bass, Walton X., Sr., Rt. 2, New Bern— Beech Grove 9116 

I Baum, H. B., Xorlina — Norlina 2581 

Beane, K. E., Chaplain, U. S. Air Force 
. Bedsworth, E. J., RFD, Vanceboro — Vanceboro Circuit 

Bideaux, Rene C, Rt. 1, Jackson Springs — Sandhill Circuit Candor-2234 

I Bingham, B. E., Avon — Kennakeet 
Bishop, AVarren. Box 6, Bynum— Bynum, Pittsboro-Kingswood 2-3663 

Bizzell, H. A., Jr., Box 10142, Raleigh— St. Mark TE-48076 

Blount, G. W' ., Louisburg — Louisburg . 4791 

Boggs, C. S'., 311 Pearl St., Fayetteville— Haymount S. 2-4914, H. 2-5992 

Boone, D. C, White Oak— Bladen 
Boone, S. G., Wendell— Wendell FO-59281 

. Bostick, J. K., 1051 Stamper Rd., Fayetteville— Eutaw 3-3440 

Bradley, D. G., 707 Hudson St., Durham— Professor, Duke University .... 4-6063 

, Bradshaw, R. W., P.O. Box 1423, Wilson— First Church S. 3728, H. 2046 

I Brandenburg, Arthur, 818 Sixth St., Durham, Chaplain, 

; Methodist Students, Duke University 8-5811 

I Brandenburg, F. B., Box 147. Laurinburg — Caledonia 688 

' Brantley, A. P., 503 Tarleton Ave., Burlington — District Superintendent . . ' 9502 

Bridges, L. J., Princeton — Princeton 3871 

Brodie, R. S., Spring Hope— Spring Hope 6-7386 

Brogan, W. G., Box 426, Swepsonville— Swepsonville Burlington-6-4123 

. Brothers, L. C, 131 W. Ridge St., Rocky Mount— Marvin 6-5787 

Brown, A. E., Gaston — Gaston .... Roanoke Rapids 7-8541 

, Brown, C. D., 601 N. Hyde Park Ave., Durham— Branson S. 2-2900, H. 3-4042 

Brown, J. C. P., Box 865, Pittsboro— Pittsboro .. S. Kingswood 2-3264 

H. Kingswood 2-3871 
■Browning, Paul, 110 Ridgeway Dr., Wilmington — Epworth 

Bunn, Paul G., Box 248, Troy— Troy Circuit 4761 

•Byrd, A. D., Jr., 509 Person St., Fayetteville— Person Street 3-3991 

^Cahow, C. R., Greensboro College, Greensboro, Dir., Public Relations, Greensboro Col. 

'Cameron, A. M.. Rt. 1, Box 73 Englehard— Mattamuskeet Englehard 150 

'■ Carruth, Paul, Tabor City— Tabor City S. 4041, H. 2751 

Cash. H. H., Box 55, Marshallberg— Marshallberg 422 

Caudill, C. C, Chaplain, U. S. Air Force 

Caudill, R. H., 307 Carolina Ave., Raleigh— Westover S. TE-20272, H. TE-42170 

Caviness, W. D., Wallace— Wallace S. 3786, H. 3786 



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Telephone No. 
Name and Address— Appointment S. Study, H. Home 

Chaffin, J. C, Rt. 5, Box 4, Durham— Dukes Chapel 2-1S6T 

Chaplin, A. L., 1810 Lakewood Ave., Durham— Lakewood S. 7-6227, H. 7-2216 

Charlton, D. W., 301 Snerman Dr., Fayetteville— Wesley Heights 2-4340 

Chambers, M. R., Rowland— Rowland S. 3335, H. 3321 

Cheek, W. Hoyt, Rt. 4, Box 575-A, Elizabeth City— Union 4020 

Cheyne, W. A., Rt. 2, Apex — Merrits-Ebenezer 

Clarke, D. A., Yanceyville — Yanceyville 2643 

Clarke, W. W., Jr., Duke Univ., Durham, Student, Duke Univ. Divinity School 

Clegg-, W. L., 2011 S'tone St., Raleigh— Hayes Barton S. TE-26435, H. TE-33141 

Cline, J. M., 2205 Guess Rd., Durham— Bethany S. 8-7098, H. 8-4441 

Coble, J. P., Residence: 2310 Cranford Rd., Durham 7-5226 

Office: Methodist Retirement Homes, 2616 Erwin Rd., Durham 

Supt., Methodist Retirement Homes, Inc. 8-7911 

Collins, D. E., 610 Larkspur Rd., Kinston— Kinston: St. Mark S. 7-0537, H. 7-0254 

Collins, T. A., 920 Lake Boone Trail, Raleigh, Ex. Sec, Conf. Board of Missions TE-31253 
Commander, R. T., 1103 W. Williams Cir., Elizabeth City— Riverside S. 5947, H. 4549 

Cotton, W. B., Box 355, Richlands—Richlands 2306 

Couch, Leon, 704 E. Walnut, Goldsboro— St. Paul S. 206, H. 1333 

Couchman, J. R., Rt. 3, Box 387-B, Elizabeth City— Xewland-Grace 8362 

Cowan, E. G., Pittsboro — Pittsboro Circuit 

Crawford, E. C, East Rockingham — East Rockingham 5252 

Crawford, Van T., Murfreesboro — Murfreesboro 211-1 

Critcher, B. D., 405 S. Fifth Ave., A\ ilmington— Fifth Ave S. 3-2621, H. 7003 

Crossno, R. L., Box 197, Havelock— Havelock: Cherry Point 3945 

Crow, W. A., Warrenton— Warrenton S. 330-7, H. 330-1 

Crowder, W. R., Hookerton — Hookerton-Rainbow 2243 

Crum, J. H., 107 Shepherd S't., Raleigh— Wynnewood Park TE-26221 

Crutchfield, G. W., 503 N. Road St., Elizabeth City— City Road S. 2515, H. 2658 

Cummings, S. P., Pembroke — Prospect 

Cunning-ham, M. E., P.O. Box 871, Nashville 2, Tenn., Director, 

Leadership E'duc, Gen. Board of Education S. Broadway 7-6400, H. CY-7-8242 

Cushman, R. E., 130 Pinecrest Rd., Durham— Professor, Duke Univ. Div. Sch. 7-6489 

Dail, F. R., 523 W. 127th St., New York 27, X. Y., Student, Columbia Univ. 

Davidson, B. L., Gary— Gary S. HO-72212, H. HO-73242 

Davis, H. P., Fair Bluff— Fair Bluff 61 

Davis, H. L., Box 206, Elizabethtown— Elizabethtown S. 3706, H. 3654 

Dawsey, C. B., Jr., Missionary to Brazil 

Dawson, R. G., 1913 Reid St., Raleigh— District Superintendent TE-26388 

Desrosiers, N. A., Box 402, Carrboro, Student, Univ. of X. C. Med. bVhool 9-8711 

Dicks, R. L., 2308 Prince St., Durham— Professor, Duke Univ. Div. Sch. 7-2275 

Dillman, L. A., Trenton— Trenton . 2291 

Dodson, S. G., Jr., Radford Col., 2022 Downey St., Radford, Va., Dir., Wesley Foundation 
Dunn, C. H., 135 Home St., Clayton— Clayton 4461 

Dunn, M. C, 1915 Market St., Wilmington— Trinity S. 5727, H. 7709 

Duplissey, F. J., Gates— North Gates Gatesville-32G2 

Early, J. V., 221 North 4th St., Wilmington— Grace . S. 7211, H. 2-6409 

Earnhardt, D. E., Clinton— Clinton: First .. S. 2U35, H. 2710 

Earnhardt, E. L., Pikeville— Pikeville 2651 

Eason, R. H., Box 91, Columbia— Columbia . . 2731 
Edens, A. C, Jr., Chaplain, U. S. Army 

Edens, N. P., Box 235, Laurel Hill— Laurel Hill . S. 3655, H. 2215 

Edmond, E. E'., Wilson— Winstead 2107-M 

Edwards, E. B. LaGrange— LaGrange S'. 3951, H. 3950 

Edwards, J. Paul, Box 236, Carrboro— Can boro S. 8-3681, H. 8-1931 

Elkins, O. V., Cedar Grove— Cedar Grove . Bfland 5-2292 

Ellis, W. M., Garland— Garland 202 

Epperson, James S. 

Epps, R. I., Grifton— Grifton 2096 

Eubank, G. S., P.O. Box 1225, Fayetteville— Hay Street S. 2-2343, H. 2-2025 

Feltman, W. C, Erwin— Erwin S. 4149, H. 3345 

Fisher, A. F., F^-anklinton- Franklinton 4301 

Fisher, E. B., 33 W. Front St., Burlington— Front St. . S. 6-0620, H. 6-0738 

Fitzgerald, F. O., Jr., P.O. Box 1225, Fayetteville— Asso., Hay St. 2-4441 

Fleming, R. L., Jr., Newport — Newport 2226 

Fogleman, C. M., Jr., Ayden— Avden 4306 

Fouts, D. L., 119 E. James St., Mt. Olive— Mt. Olive: First S. 3169, H. 2637 
Fowlkes, R. E., 481 McBain Dr., Fayetteville— Christ Church . S. 2-5120, H. 3-2442 
Freeman, W. L., Scotland Neck— Scotland Neck 2791 

Gardner, M. R., 104 N. Sumner St., Selma— Selma 2054 

Garland, R. E., Saxapahaw — Saxapahaw . 6-9987 

Garlington, J. E., 1516 Market St., Wilmington— District Superintendent 3-4835 

Garrad, W. R., P.O. Box 278, Vieques, Puerto Rico— Missionary to Puerto Rico 
Garris, H. S., Apex— Apex-Holly Springs EL-43911 

Garrison, J. W., Caixa Postal, 15, Campinas Est. de Sao, Paulo, Brazil, S. A.,— 

Missionary to Brazil 
Gatlin, C. R., New York City, N. Y.— Sec, Child Labor Welfare Com., N. Y. City 

Gibson, R. S'., Seaboard— Seaboard 2526 

Gitlin, E. M., P.O. Box 1057, Chapel Hill— Chapel Hill Circuit S. 8-1231, H. 8-0903 



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Name and Address— Appointment S. Study, H. Home 

Glass, J. C, Jr., Duke University Scliool, Durliam, Student, Duke Univ. Div. Sell. 
Glover, Murrell K., Mt. Olive— Mt. Olive Circuit 3891 

Glover, R. K., Box 483, Maxton— Maxton 103 

Goldston, C. W., Louisburg College, Louisburg — Profe.ssor, Louisburg College 
Goodwin, J. W., Box 482, Haw River— Haw River " 4085 

Gore, A. N., Jr., Box 83, Knightdale— Knightdale TE-41748 

Grant, N. W., Washington— Washington S. 329, H. 520 

Gray, A. D. L., Oxford Orphanage, Oxford — Supt., Oxford Masonic Orphanage 

Green, L. A., 209 Ehringhaus St., Elizabeth City — Pasquotank 7158 

Greene, J. T., Boston Univ., Boston, Mass. — Professor, Boston University 

Gregory, W. B., Creswell — Creswell 3766 

Grill, C. F., Box 178, Burgaw — Burgaw 18o 

Hailey, J. R., Methodist Retirement Home, Durham, Student, Duke Univ. Div. Sch. 8-7911 
Hale, Holland, Haymount Methodi.st Church, FayettevlUe — Associate, Haymount 

Hall, L. M., Box 67, Red Springs— Red Springs S. 512-1, H. 533-1 

Hamilton, J. W., Box 74, Pinebluff— Pinebluff 272 

Harrell, H. L., Rt. 2, Autryville — South River 

Harris, C. B., Biscoe — Biscoe 2726 

Harris, H. L., Box 917, Pelham— Cobb Circuit Danville (Gatewood Exchange) 8-2489 

Harrison, R. S'., Box 707, Oxford— Oxford S. 3723, H. 3374 

Hastings, R. C, 559 X. College St., Wake Forest — Wake Forest-Youngsville 

Hathaway, O. L., P.O. Box 3246, Fayetteville— District Superintendent 2-4934 

Heath, C. Freeman, 713 W. Church St., Elizabeth City— District Superintendent 2415 

Hedden, F. D. — Sabbatical Leave 

Henderson, M. C, Carthage — Carthage 2946 

Henley, E. E., Jr., Angler — Angler 4311 

Herbert, J. F., 712 Bridges St., Morehead Citj — First Church S. fi-3541, H. 6-4055 

Hethcox, R. L., Oriental— Oriental 261 

Hill, A. P., Jr., Box 1082, New Bern— New Bern: Trinity S. 2660, H. 5261 

Hill, N. B., Jr., Box 155, Robersonville— Robersonville 4621 

Hillman, E. L., Siler City— First Church S. 200, H. 11 

Hirschi, C. F., 205 K. Church St., Benson— Benson 5851 

Hix, C. E., Jr., Central College, Fayette, Mo. — Professor, Central College 
Hobbs, A. J., Box 187, New Bern — District Superintendent 3751 

Holt, D. D., 2122 Wright Ave., Greensboro, Ex. Dir., Meth. Col. Foun. of X. C, Inc. 

Hough, T. B., Lumberton— Chestnut Street S. 3304, H. 4531 

House, T. H., Box 81, Mamers — Mamers Lillington-2123 

Howard, W. E., Rt. 1, Box 162, Fayetteville— Eastover 3-0764 

Howard, W. M., Jr., 605 E. 10th St., Greenville— Jarvis Memorial S. 2094, H. 2649 

Hubbard, C. S., Chapel Hill— Chapel Hill: University Church S. 6286, H. 3374 

Hurley, J. Bascom, Rt. 1, Elon College— Burlington Circuit 54-8646 

Husted, M. L., 124 Parker St., Henderson— City Road 5088 

Huston, H. W., Delaware, Ohio — Professor, Ohio Wesleyan University 

Ingram, O. K., 513 W. Church St., Elizabeth City— First Church S. 7292, H. 6284 

Jackson, L. P., 210 Paul St., Rocky Mount— St. Paul 2-4018 

Jamieson, H. M., 710 Devereaux St., Raleigh— Jenkins Mem. . S. TE-233210, H. TE-224726 

Jeffries, W. M., 307 Mcintosh St., S'anford- Trinity . SP-47503 

Jenkins, T. R., Box 444, Jacksonville— Jacksonville: Trinity S. 7772, H. 7547 

Jernigan, J. O., Chaplain, United States Air Force 

Jerome, R. L., 407 Roanoke Ave., Roanoke Rapids— First Church S. 7-2173, H. 7-4621 

Johnson, C. A., Box 695, Aberdeen — Aberdeen Windsor 4-1595 

Johnson, H. B. Siler City— Siler City Circuit 268R 

Johnson, W. R., Rt. 3, Rockingham— Roberdell S. 6110, H. 3746 

Jones, Barney Lee, 804 Third St., Durham— Chaplain, Duke University 8-6852 

Jones, F. L., 1809 Pugh St., Fayetteville— Cumberland-St. Andrews 2-8628 

Jones, H. C, 308 Lake Boone Trail, Raleigh— Millbrook TE-41938 

Jones, N. L., 905 W. Harden St., Graham— Trinity S. 7294, H. 5-8291 

Jordan, R. H., Box 506, Southport— S'outhport 2931 

Joyce, J. L., 241 Kenneth Circle, Havelock— Havelock: Fir.st Church S. 3541, H. 3763 

King, A. Kimsey, 137 Hamilton Rd., Glen Lennox, Chapel Hill— Aldersgate 9-6o09 

King, H. K., Box 10522, Raleigh — Exec. Sec, Conference Board of Evangelism 
Kinlaw, D. F., Princeton Theol. Sem., Princeton, N. J., Student, Princeton Theol. Sem. 

■ Kinlaw, G. C, Moncure— Moncure Kingswood 2-3915 

' Kinley, G. L., Rt. 1, Orrum— Bethesda Fairmont 6167 

Kirby, W. H., Fremont— Fremont S. 4391, H. 2286 

Knight, R. X., Gatesville— Gatesville . 2216 

Lambert, W. S., Rt. 5, Clinton— Goshen-Keener 
' Lancaster, A. S., Rt. 5, Box 331, Goldsboro— Pine Forest 149- J 

Landers, S. E., Rt. 1, Dunn— Wesley 

Lanning, J. H., P.O. Box 602, Plymouth— Plvmoutli S. 5806, H. 6811 

• Larkin, L. C, Mount Gilead— Mount Gilead 4781 

, Lawrence. M. W., 1014 Monmouth Ave., Durham— Trinity S. 4-8671, H. 6-2401 

.. Layfield, P. H., Jr., West End— West End 2621 

Leatherman, H. F., Rt. 2, Raleigh— Ebenezer TE-39139 

Lee, A. C, Box 627, Hamlet— First Church S. 112, H. 934 

l-ee. P. O., Whiteville— Whiteville 3775 

Lewis, D. M., P.O. Box 22, S'tonewall- Stonewall Bayboro-2658 

Lewis, H. B., Ill North Driver Ave., Durham— Carr S. 3-1954, H. 3-3671 



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Name and Address — Appointment S. Study, H. Home 

Lewis, L. A., Atlantic— Atlantic 16-7 

Lewis, R. H., 1605 E. Pine St., Goldsboro— St. Luke S. 1608, H. 725 

Lewis, Vance, Pinetops — Pinetops 212-6 

Lineberger, J. W., 410 Divine St., Dunn— Divine Street S. 2.339, H. 2386 

Little, B. B., 908 Grand Ave., Nashville 4, Tenn. — Associate Editor, The Upper Room 

Long, C. B., Parkton— Parkton 24 

Lore, Auburn, Rt. 1, Graham — Mt. Hermon Burlington 6-5867 

Love, Robert H., Rt. 2, Durham— Mt. Sylvan . 9-9288 

Lowdermilk, W. P., Duke Divinity School, Durham — Student, Duke Univ. Div. School 

Maides, J. T., Jr., 205 S. 46th St., Wilmington— Wesley Memorial S'. 3-3273, H. 2-3562 

Maness, M. W., 1120 Webb Ave., Burlington— Webb Avenue 6-6233 

Maness, P. R., Garysburg — Spring Church-Garysburg W^eldon 9-5988 

McCarver, C. G., Box 246, Troy— Tmy S. 4186, H. 4181 

McClung, A. F., 500 Stewart Ave., Clinton— Grace 2383 

McCoy, C. S., Jr., Gainesville, Florida — Professor, University of Florida 
McDonald, W. N., Louisburg College, Louisburg — Professor, Louisburg College 

McKee, R. F., Chadbourn— Chadbourn 3201 

McKenzie, G. R., Jr., Ill Lamb St., Fayetteville— LaFayette Village 2-5052 

McLamb, H. M., Rt. 3, Goldsboro — District Superintendent 2172 

McLamb, McD., Broadway — Broadway 8-1473 

Meacham, B. F., 148 Concord Rd., Biloxi, Miss.— Chaplain, U. S. Air Force 

Meacham, W. F., Milton— Milton 2611 

Measamer, E. H., Kenly — Kenlv 2316 

Meekins, E. R., Winfall— Perquimans 3744 

Megill, G. C, 1200 McDonald Ave Ext., Rt. 2, Hamlet— Fellowship 834 

Mercer, C. H., Mebane— Mebane S. 53-4305, H. 53-4301 

Merritt, B. O., Bailey— Bailey 2-306 

Mewborn, C. H., Box 66, Windsor— "Windsor 201-1 

Miller, J. H., Raeford— Raeford S. 2111, H. 746 

Miller, J. H., Jr., Box 333, Snow Hill— Snow Hill S'. 2681, H. 563 

Minnis, J. F., Box 206, Pembroke — First Church Jackson 4336 

Minor, H. D., Box 6667, College Sta., Du.rham— Director, Adult Work, 

Conference Board of Education S. 9-7746, H. 8-6036 

Mitchell, C. M., Box 124, Aulander— Aulander 2366 

Montgomery, W. H., Kittv Hawk— Kitty Hawk 2651 

Mooney, R. C, Jr., 114 Church St., Williamston— Williamston 2802 

Moore, G. Nelson, Misenheimer, N. C. — Professor, Pheiffer College 

Moore, R. F., Maysville — Maysville 3-2441 

Morris, C. P., Box 6667, College Sta., Durham— Executive Secretary, 

Conference Board of Education S. 9-7746, H. 8-1463 

Moser, R. E. L., Garner— Garner EM-22211 

Musser, B. P., Box 65, Nashville— Nashville S. 3601, H. 3251 

Myers, H. E., 141 Pinecrest Rd., Durham— Professor, Duke Univ. Div. Sch. 7-7867 

Neese, W. J., 401 W. Main St., Sanford— Jonesboro Heights SP-2-2583 

Nelson, C. D., 297 Fourth Ave., New York 10, N. Y. — E'xecutive Director, 

Department of Religious Liberty, National Council of Churches of Christ 

Newton, Carl, Clarkton — Clarkton Circuit 321-1 

Newton, P. F., Weldon— Weldon 9-5461 

Newton, R. Z., Rt. 2. Graham— S-alem Chapel 9697 

Nickens, C. G., Kenansville — Duplin 21S2 

Nicks, R. L., 1101 Glenwood Ave., Ralegih— Superintendent, 

Methodist Home for Children S. TE-32834, H. TE-2710.5 

Ormond, J. K., 730 N. Blount St., Raleigh— Trinity . S. TE-21390, H. TE-3746(; 

Osborn, R. T., 1922 Ward St., Durham— Professor, Duke University 7-7671 

Overton, J. H., Jr., 5408 Western Blvd., Raleigh— Student, Duke Univ. Grad. Sch. TE-2838:J 
Owen, J. M., Ill, 413 K. 4th St., Greenville— St. James S. 6155, H. 4173 

Owens, C. E., Casilla 100, Traiguen, Chile— Missionary to Chile 

Page, J. W., 117 Brooks Ave., Raleigh— Fairmont S. TE-23316, H. TE-2240:; 

Parker, A. S., 114 Church St., Henderson— First Church S'. 4527, H. 416:! 

Parrish, J. H., Robbins— Robbins Circuit T-344n 

Parrish, L. L., Roanoke Rapids — Rosemary 3902 

Pate, R. Bruce, Bridgeton— Bridgeton Circuit 4897 

Patten, Brooks, 1500 Banbury Rd., Raleigh— Highland TE-41887 

Patterson, P. M.— Chaplain, U. S. Air Force 

Pearsall, J. S., Student, University of Southern California Graduate School 

Pegg, J. P., 1306 N. Pasteur St., New Bern— Riverside 6386 

Petteway, W. B., 1210 Broad St., Durham— Asbury S. 8-1880, H. 8 -5667 

Petty, D. A., Stantonsburg — Stantonsburc 236(; 

Pfister, J. W., Leland— Town Creek County 116-450.". 

Phillips, H. A., Jr., Rt. 3, Roxboro— Allensville-Trinitv 

Poe, J. R.. Fuquay Springs— Fuquav S-prings S. 272, H. l'<1 

Pollock, H. F., Box 111, Maury— Maury-Mt. Herman Snow Hill 2165 

Poole, I. T., Warsaw— Warsaw 36.i 

Pope, Arnold, Stokes — Stokes 

Ports, George W., Jr., Rt. 4, Rockingham— West Rockingham . 451'3 

Potter, W. S., Sanford— Steele St. ... S. SP-3-4271, H. SP-3-1361 
Powell, H. P., 1543 Iredell Drive, Raleigh— Edenton Street . S. TE-20160, H. TE-20684 
Pritchard, R. W., Box 334, Rfch Square— Rich Square 47 



Journal of Proceedings 43 

Telephone No. 
Name and Address— Appointment S. Study, H. HoWe 

Purcell, E. G., Jr., Ahoskie— Ahoskie S. 2569, H. 2203 

Queen, V. E., 2000 Cedar St., Durham— Duke Memorial S. 4-1091, H. 7-2210 

Quick, W. K., Bahama— Baiiama 4-2934 

Reid, D. J., 603 E. Davis St., Burlington— Davis St S. 6-4457, H. 6-6663 

Reed, J. E., Sr., 905 Exum St., Durham — Maybrook-Massey 7-9275 

Regan, J. R., Pink Hill— Pink Hill 2756 

Regan, J. R., Jr., Box 6667, College Station, Durham — Conference 

Camp Director and State Director, Methodist Student Work S. 9-7746, H. 6-3132 

Reynolds, A. L., Box 31, Stedman — S'tedman 

Rhodes, Robert E., Union Theological Seminary, New York — Student, Union Theo. Sem. 

Richardson, J. E., Edenton — Edenton 65-W 

Rickards, J. P., 1360th Air Base Group, Force B., Orlando, Fla.— 

Chaplain, U. S. Air Force Orlando 3-1931 

Ricks, R. D., Jr., Moyock — Moyock 331 

Robbins, C. W., Louisburg College, Louisburg — President, Louisburg College 

Roettger, C. D., 1710 Camden Rd., Fayetteville— Calvary-Victory fl 2-3692 

Rogers, H. L., Box 97,7 Cordova — Cordova 4836 

Rogers, J. E., Veterans Administration Hospital, Atlanta, Ga. — Chaplain 

Ross, Leon W., Roper— Roper Plymouth 5644 

Ruark, H. G., Laurinburg — Laurinburg S. 46o, H. 127 

Rudin, J. J., II, 1019 Rosehill Ave., Durham — Professor, Duke Univ. Div. School 8-3075 

Russell, J. A., Box 10S9, New Bern— Centenary S. 5382, H. 3^82 

Russell, Leon, 1304 Western Ave., Rocky Mount— First Church S. 6-4331, H. 4517 

Sales, R. H., 2800 University Dr., Durham — Professor, Duke Univ. 7-9356 

Savell, J. M. — Resident Advisor, University of Florida 

Scroggs, R. J., Princeton, N. J. — S'tudent, Princeton LTniv. Graduate School 

Seawell, W. A., P.O. Box 353, Hillsboro— Hillsboro 4704 

Sexton, K. B., Box 51, Longhurst — Roxboro Circuit Roxboro 4448 

Sherman, W. W., 727 N. Garnett St., Henderson— Vance 3360 

Shoaf, E. C, Lillington— Lillington 4396 

Shuller, E. R., Swansboro — Swansboro 401 

Smith, E. F., Southern Congo — Missionary to Africa 

Smith, H. L., Jr., 700 Graham-Hopedale Rd., P.O. Box 886, Burlington— Grace . . 3153 

Smith, J. T., Box 451, Halifax— Halifax 2246 

.S'motherman, E. H., Rt. 3, Goldsboro— Daniels Memorial 2107XM 

Speight, J. B., c/o Rev. M. F. Self, Littleton— Hawkins-Tabor Littleton 2696 

Sponenberg, J. E., 3002 Anderson Dr., Raleigh — Wesley Memorial TE-35487 

'.Stark, Rufus, Leasburg — Leasburg 7368 

■Starnes, S. J., 2712 Adams St., Wilmington— Sunset Park S. 2-8866, H. 2-8168 

iStarnes, W. B., Rt. 1, Sanford— Center Sanford SP-3-9599 

.Staton, J. C, Aurora — Aurora 2402 

Steele, T. Fant, Jr., Box 658, Spring Lake— Spring Lake 7-0479 

1 Stephenson, A. L. G., P.O. Box 6, Stumpy Point — Dare 
Stephenson, M. O. — Chaplain, U. S. Navy 
Stevens, E'. A., Chapel Hill— Student, Union Theological Seminary, New York 

; Stevens, W. R., Rockingham— First Church S. 2181, H. 2151 

iStill, F. E., 904 Nash St., Rocky Mount— Englewood 2-6345 

'Stone, A. H., Swan Quarter — Swan Quarter 221 

Stott, J. D., Roanoke Rapids— Roanoke 7-27911 

Strawbridge, I. J., Kipling— Kipling Fuquay 462R2 

Surratt, H. F., Box 332, Four Oaks— Four Oaks 2771 

SwofCord, T. H., Jr., Hubert— Queen's Creek-Oak Grove 

Tanaka, Isawa, 2511 Chapel Hill Rd., Durham— Staff Library, Duke Univ. Div. Sch. 7-7248 

Taylor, Key W., South Mills— South Mills 8435 

Tew, W. A., 909 Askew St., Burlington— West Burlington 3993 

Thompson, A. L., Roxboro— Long Memorial S. 3455, H. 3451 

Thompson, E. M., Jr., CaVel— Cavel Roxboro 6096 

Thompson, Neil, Lake Waccamaw— Lake Waccamaw 3371 

Tilley, C. J., Box 252, Rt. 1, SYieads Ferry— Sneads Ferry-Verona 

rilley, L. A., Smithfleld— Centenary S. 2333, H. 3597 

risdale, Eugene, Saxapahaw— Rock Creek 5-1183 

Traynham, D. D., Jackson— Northampton 3256 

Tyson, A. G., Box 117, Kittrell— Tar River Henderson 6925 

Tyson, Earl, Pine Level— Pine Level 

Tyson, G. H., Rt. 2, Rockingham— Glenwood-Trinity 5075 

Tyson, M. D., Rt. 1, Elon College— Fairview 54-8213 

Tyson, Tommy, John St., Goldsboro— Conference Evangelist 

Tyson, Vernon, Goldston— Goldston 3292 

V^ale, C. E., Rose Hill— Rose Hill 3511 

X^ereen, L. C, Box 153, Farmville— Farmville S. 3448, H. 3820 

J^ ick, T. M., Jr., 411 W. Lenoir St., Kinston— Queen Street . S. 2120, H. 2441 

.Waggoner, B. M., 506 Buchanan Blvd., Durham— Director, 

Admissions, Trinity College, Duke University 2-3921 

*V agnon, J. A., Box 244, Ellerbe— Ellerbe S. 3071, H. 2571 

/valker, F. Odell, Rt. 2, Troy— Love Joy-Macedonia 

vallace, Robert, Rt. 6, Burlington— Friendship 7733 



44 



North Carolina Annual Conference 



Name and Address — Appointment 

Walston, R. E., Rt. 3, Box 35 B, Fayett'eville — Camp Ground 
Walton, A. J., 80J Second St., JJurnam — Pioiessor, jJuke Univ. Du 
Walton, W. C, Jr., Rt. 2, St. Geoige Rd., Raleigii — Longview fc 

Wairen, C. L., Jsox 10, Wancnese — Wanchese 

Warren, M. W., box. 166, Gibson — St. Joans-Gibson 

Watson, H. L., Box 1007, Kinston — Westminster 

\vatLS, L. A., Hope Mills — Hope Mills 

\vegwart, W. G., 889 Louise Circle, Uurham — St. John.s 

Wells, W. M., Jr., Jr;ox 662-A, Carolina i:>each — Carolina Beach 

Vventz, W. A., Jr., Belnaven — belnaven 

Wneeler, K. K., 508 Lvereite Place, Uurham — Calvary 
Whicker, G. H., High Point College, Hig-h Point — 

director. Public xvelanons, ±iign Jr-oint college. 
White, Christian, 1728 Vv . Davis St., Burlington — Glen Raven 
Wiute, J. G., Jr., Smithfleld — Johnston 

Wnitehead, T. J., P.O. Box 29, Graham — Graham 

Wnitiey, hJ. E., Roseboro — Roseboro 

Vv ier, i<Tank, 510 Atwater, Builington — St. Paul 

Williams, A. M., 121 N. Main St., Roxboro — Person 

Wilson, K. J., Jr., Littleton — Littleton 

V\ ilson, W. C, Tarboro — St. James 

Winberry, H. S., Box 6667, College Sta., Durham — Director, 

Youth Work, Conference Board of Education 
Wolf, Sheldon ri., Rt. 6, ±jox 2123, Durham — x'letcher's Chapel 

Womack, C. P., Bethel— Bethel 

Vvooien, C. W., Rt. 3, Wilson — Evansdale-Black Creek 

Wragg, P. H., 1214 Oxford Rd., Roxboro— isrooksdale-Brookland 

Wrignt, C. K., Conway — Conway 

Yelverton, P. C, Box 95, Maysville — Pollocksville 

Voung-, J. D., 109 Che.stnut IH.. Beauiort — Beaufort: Ann St. 



Telephone No. 
S. Study, H. Home 

3-2453 

School 8-V721 

TE-47554, H. TE-3d84i 

194- vv 4 

2731 

S. 7-0215, H. 2854 

S. 302^7, H. 32:^38 

S. 8-1644, H. 8-uual 

237.^ 

6831 

. S. 9-7626, H. 9-311o 



3»87 

6-6i0<> 

S. 2461, H. a-ibl 

9905 

. Roxboro 0131 

4411 

S'. 3783, H. 2796 

S. 9-7746, H. 2-2981 

4-47U4 

S. 4312, H. 4311 

Wilson 7-1419 

7274 

308-1 



(2) TRAVELING PREACHERS: RETIRED 



Barnes, A. S., 3 Maiden Lane — Raleigh 

Benbon, W. C, Wallace 

Boone, B. F., Fairmont 

Boone, J. J., 923 Lignth St., Durham 

Bradley, J. W., Rt. i, Cary . 

Brown, W. H., Box 119, Jackson Springs 

Cade, W. A., 1609 Iredell Drive, Raleigu 

Clegg, E. R., Pittsboro 
Cline, John, Carthage 

Culbreth, l<rank, Rt. 3, Fayetteville 

Cutnrell, H. G., Maxton 

Dawson, W. L., RFD, Laurinburg 

Doctd, E. D., l<uquay Springs 

Downum, Edgar W., 102 Circle Dr., Beaufort 

Durham, E. C, 1316 Mordecai Drive, Raleigh 

Duvall, K. F., 1004 Buchanan Blvd., Durham 

Elliott, W. F., 218 McCall Apts., Murphy . . 

Ewing, H. C, Rockingham 

Farrar, W. G., Rt. 1, Cary 

Fields, P. H., Rt. 1, Casar 

Fitis, R. N., 207 Grace St., Oxford 

Fletcher, M. O., Washington 

Frank, J. W., Mt. Airy 

Guthrie, C. W., Wanchese 

Hall, E. M., 415 Moirison St., Raleigh 
Harmon, J. C, 710 Hinsdale St., Raleigh 
Hayman, L. D., Southport 

Hendricks, H. L., 1104 S. David St., Tarboro 
Hoyle, J. W., Sr., 2347 Huron St., Durham 

Hurley, B. T., Box 652, Red Springs 

Lance, H. E., 2308 Guess Rd., Durham 

Lane, Daniel, Lake Junaluska 

Lee, T. W ., 811 Third St.. Durham 

Long, J. O., Apex 

Lowe, William G., Aurora 

Lowry, F. R., Pembroke 

Maness, W. L., Rt. 1, Box 2A, Siler City 

Martin, W. C, 312 Blanche St., Clayton 

Massey, L. S., 2821 Chapel Hill Rd., Durham 

McRae, W. V., Lake Junaluska 

Melton, O. C, Clinton 

Munns, R. P., 2104 Pelham Rd., Raleigh 

Noblitt, F. B., Rt. 2, Marion 

Phipps. W. T., 816 Arnette Ave., Durham 

Porter, H. B., 1810 Avondale Dr., Durham 

Richmond, I. S., 606 Larkspur, Kinston 

Rogers, C. T., Tarboro 



. . 8-1922 
TE-33447 



TE-29542 

8-7402 
VErnon 7-239o 



248-W3 

TE-264U1 



, . 8-33SIJ 


8-595^ 
EL-45201 


v<\\ 

275-ti 
7-4211 


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3-5033 

2-50H 
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Journal of Proceedings 45 

Telephone No. 
Name and Address — Appointment S. Study, H. Home 

Royall, "\V. R., Hendersonville 

Smith, J. L., RFD 2, Box 134-C, Kannapolis 5934 

Spence, H. E., 3629 Hope Valley Rd., Durham 7-5227 

' Starling, G. B., Kenly 
Strickland, N. B., c/o Mrs. P. E. Fisher, 913 Waverly Ave., Florence, S. C. 
Tharpe, J. A., Rt. 1, Salisbury 

■ Thrift, C. T., 406 Bon Air Ave., Durham 3-3365 

Underwood, W. J., Bonlee 

I Vaughan, W. N., c/o William N. Vaughan, Jr., 2S12 Kenmore Rd., Richmond, Va., 6-0534 
' Vickery, R. L,.. Sr., Rt. 7, Box 43, Hamlet 
I Williams B. M., Efland 

Woodall, P. D., 1510 Chestnut St., Wilmington 3-1392 

(3) TRAVELING PREACHERS: RETIRED, SERVING CHARGES 

I Chambers, Edmund E., Vanceboro — Vanceboro 586 

Cranford, J. D., Rt. 1, Trenton — Shady Grove Circuit 

I Dimmette, J. W., Faison — Faison 2216 

' Edwards, R. G. L., Garner — Raleigh: Layden :Memorial KM-23781 

Fraser, H. C, 1032 Wiladonna Dr., LaCanada, Cal., ( haplain, C. S'. Ai mv 

I Glass, H. I., 813 Second St., Durham— Aldersgate 8-lS;i7 

Ledford, Charles L., Shallotte— Shallotte: Camp 

' Love, F. S., Macon — Macon 8046 

Loy, W. L., Rt. 4, Raleigh— Macedonia TE-48338 

I Lowry, D. F., Pembroke — Fairview-Hickory Grove 5411 

Maness, E. C, Walstonburg — Walstonburg-Tabernacle 2192 

' Maness, T. E., Shiloh — South Camden 5051 

Self, M. Y., Littleton— Calvary 241-1 

, Sharpe, D. M., 1004 Urban Ave., Durham— Epworth 3. 7-6029, H. 8-2134 

■ Slaughter, B. B., 1715 Cole Mill Rd., Durham— McMannan-PIeanant Green 8-3286 

II. Approved Supply Pastors 

(1) APPROVED SUPPLY PASTORS: SERVING CHARGES 

' Allen, Gordon, Seven Springs — Seven Spring.s j^ocust 9-3394 

Amon, William E., 124 Circle Court, Fayetteville — .lolmson Memoiial 2-8887 

. Bailey, Earl W., Hobgood— Hobgood Hamilton 461 

Eailey, James H., Elm City— Elm City 5986 

Bissette, L. C, Rt. 2, Richlands— Richlands Circuit 
Bhuikenhorn, R. R., Rt. 2, Newport- Harlowe-Oak Grove 
Biaiiy, W. H., Aberdeen— Old Hundred 

Bryant, J. H., Rt. 2, Box 228, Hubert— Midway-Bethlehem 

B> trs, Morris J., Creedmoor — Creedmoor 2181 

Byrd, Douglas L., 4013 Wilshire Blvd., Wilmington— Rocky Point 2-1148 

B\id, Nathan H., Duke Divinity School, Duke Universitv, Durham — Andrew.s-Soap.stone 
I'airoll, J. M., Rt. 1, Clarendon— Waccamaw 3766 

I I'lmor, W. O., P.O. Box 293, Warrenton — Warren 3766 

I'onper, J. A., Newton Grove — Newton Grove 83-6 

r'owan, Z. V., 735 Clark Street, Rocky Mount— Clark Street 6-5522 

Crawley, H. F., Bell Arthur— Wesley Memorial 6463 

Creech, McGee, 112 N. C. Ave., Goldsboro — Goldsboro Circuit 5077 

Davenport, W. S., Box 412, Jamesville — Jamesville S. 5-5026. H. 5846 

Dunn, E. V., Box 2, Hallsboro — Hallsboro 2691 

Eason, W. E., 318 E. 12th St., Washington— Wa.'^hington Chcui; ni4-J 

Fisher, J. T., Salter Path— Salter Path 
Foster, R. G., Rt. 2, Box 230, Kinston— Kinston Circuit 9331 

; Frost, W. R.,—Grandy— Currituck Coinjock 3963 

Fulford, W. N., Tarboro — Hart 2573 

'Gibat, H. E., Straits— Straits-Harker's Island 

Giles, Woodrow A., Timberlake— Mt. Tirzah Roxboro 419S 

Gilland, J. C, Rt. 3, Siler City— Silk Hope 

.Gradeless, R. M., 304 E. Blount St., Kinston— Kin.ston: St. John 7-0360 

Grimes, J. J., Box 116, Grimesland — Grimesland Circuit Greenville 6594 

Hale, W. R., Ocracoke — Ocrackoe 

Hamilton, R. C, Jr., Rt. 1, Box 369, Wilmington— Scotts Hill 3-1421 

Harris, D. L., Rt. 2, Box 149B, Elm City— Sandy Cross 
HoUowell, C. R., Micro — Micro 
Irwin, R. L., 996 Maple St., Henderson— White Memorial- We.sley 6096 

Jones, H. B., Dover — Dover 9223 

.Tones, Vasser, Harrellsville— Harrellsville Tolerain 2194 

Kelley, G. M.. Rt. 3, Whiteville— Whiteville Circuit 

Locklear, Jakie, Rt. 3, Maxton— Ashpole-Sandy Plains 

Locklear, Nash, Rt. 3, Box 75 Maxton— Pleasant Grove 

Long, J. D., Rt. 3, Enfield— West Halifax 

Mansfield, J. P., 10071/2 Rosehill St., Durham— Smith's Durham 8-6709 

'Marks, Luther, Star Route, Leasburg— S'emora 

Mayo, Leonard, 1506 Mimosa St., Goldsboro- Beston-Bethcl 3264 

McCullen, B. R., LaGrange— Institute 2546 

McLean, R. A., Rt. 1. Kittrell— Tar River Henderson 697S 

Meadows, Dan E., Bath— Bath 337 

Midgett, P. D., Ill, 110 High St., Oxford— Oxford Circuit 3440 



46 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Telephone No. 
Name and Address — Appointment S. Study, H. Home 

Moore, Samuel S., 1211 Arendall St., Morehead City — 

Morehead City: Franklin S. 6-3316, H. 6-4679 

Owen, Travis, Box 228, Shallotte— Shallotte Circuit 

Pearce, H. W., Efland— Ef!and-Lebanon 5-2346 

Porter, P. M., Tyner — Chowan Center Hill 131 

Poulk, Robert M., Rt. 2, Newport — Beaufort Circuit 

Richard.son, Max B., Box 2177, B. Rocking-ham — Rockingham: Community 3367 

Ricks, R. D., Jr., Moyock — Moyock 

Sain, Daniel, Rt. 2, Graham— Whitney Cross 5-8798 

Shelton, Gary J., 3U4 Coleman St., Oxford— Gray Rock 3047 

Shore, J. C, Rt. 2, Graham— Glencoe 6-2626 

Short, J. M., Mount Gilead— Mount Gilead Circuit 3601 

Simonton, Alison, Jr., Rougemont — Rougemont 

Smith, J. Thomas, 1002 Bynum, Wilson — Temperance Hall 

Smith, J. W., Ill, Butner— Butner 3803 

Smith, Walter F;., 1500 Ashford Ave., Fayetteville— Gardners 2-4581 

Sparrow, L. R., Hatteras — Hatteras 
Stafford, J. C, Harrell— Harrell 

Stone, Denver, Rt. 1, Graham— Bethel 9826 

Sutton, J. E., Rt. 1, Box 167, Wilson— Hornes-Mt. Zion 7-0933 

Teachey, W. C, Rt. 2, Chadbourn— Cerro Gordo-Olivet 4189 

Townsend, Kenneth R., Rt. 1. Council — Carver's Creek 

Truitt, Don, Battleboro — Battleboro 6-8804 

Tyson, D. M., Williston — AVilliston- Smyrna 

Varnum, Tracy, Rt. 4, Kinston — Woodington-Webbs 

Vause, C. E., 514 Balsey St.. Clinton— Clinton Circuit 2892 

Ward, H. N., Bolton — Council 

White, Clyde, Box 216, Salemburg — Salemburg 

White, Thomas L., Box 126, Dublin— Dublin 

Williams, J. A.. Rt. 5, Pembroke — Pembroke Circuit 

Wilson, L. T., Rt. 5, Goldsboro— Salem 3035-R 

Wise, W. D., Middleburg — Middleburg Henderson 6342 

Wood, J. E., Bunn — Louisburg Circuit 

(2) APPROVED SUPPLY PASTORS: NOT SERVING CHARGES 

Harrell, J. W., Pinetops 

Hicks, Henry T., Ill, Sanford 4-2156 

Nichols, A. W. 

Schuyler, P. T. 

Thomas, W. A. 

W ggins, Durwood, Goldsboro 

Williamson, Ray 

(3) APPROVED SUPPLY PASTORS: RETIRED 

Freeman, W. J., Elizabethtown 

Worthington, J. K., 1601 Castle St., Wilmington 4763 

III. Other Preachers Used As Supphes 

Alexander, Gayle Thomas, Rt. 2, Mebane — Orange 3-5459 

Baker, Randall, High Falls— Glendon 

Braunstein, Richard, Whitakers — Whitakers 2621 ' 

Calloway, Carl, Old Trap— South Camden 5051 

Davis, G. A., 508 E. Elm, Goldsboro— Wayne 2851-W , 

Davis, Jefferson, Box 190, Elizabeth City — Brite Meadows 5148 

Dryden, A. W., Coats — Coats 

Duncan, F. E., E. 16 Oleander Apts., "Wilmington — Devon Park 3-5771 

Eskridge, James B., Jr., Box 4217, Duke Station, Durham — Vass 

Heckard, M. "W., Bonlee — Bonlee . 522 

Jones, R. T.. Turkey— Turkey 

Knight, W. B., Stem— Stem-Bullock Creedmoor 2898 

Lugar, L. E., Route 1, Bailey— Mt. Pleasant 2750 

Lupton, J. G., Cedar Island — Sealevel 

Mahoney, J. E., Rt. 1, Goldsboro— Falling Creek-Providence 2562W30 | 

Reece, John, Vanceboro — Vanceboro 586 

Regan, A. C, Castalia — Nash 

Selph, Stacy, Rt 4, Goldsboro— Airboro 3966-W 

Snypes, J. G., Eureka — Eureka-Yelverton Fremont 2119 

Sparks, C. E., Rt. 3, Raleigh— Garner Circuit TE-46776 

Spence, R. G., Rt. 3, Goldsboro— Sarecta 1747 I 

Wesley, Rue, Hillsboro— Eno 3363 

Worley, W. B., Rt. 6, Ralegih— Pleasant Grove ! 



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47 



IV. Local Preachers 



'D" stands for Deacon, "E" for Elder, "L" for l^icen.sed 



Name and Address 



BURLINGTON DISTRICT 

Bell, E. B. (E), Bobbins 
Biggerstaff, John (L), Burlington 
Chester, M. A. (L), Burlington 
Christian, B. C. (L), Moncure 
Hodges, R. F. (L), Burlington 
Howell, Oliver B. (L), Sanford 
Joyner, Belton (L), Siler City 
Loftis, Thomas (L)), Mebane 
Lutterlough. L. M. (L), Siler City 
Mann, John L. (L), High Point College 
Marshall, L. H. (L), Burlington 
McCarter, W. R. (L), Burlington 
Parrish, Billy Hiram (L), Bobbins 
Wachs, W. R. (L), Pittsboro 
Yarborough, 1>. L. (L), Sanford 

DURHAM DISTRICT 

Barbour, Marvin Lindsey (L), Carrboro 
Baum, William Oscar (L), Chapel Hill 
Byrd, Nathan H. (L), Durham 
Carr, Gabriel Paul (L), Hillsboro 
Cooke, George Waylon (L), Durham 
Dorsey, James Barber (L), Creedmoor 
Elkins, Frederick Kenyon (L)), Durham 
Glass, Laura Ellen (L), Durham 
Loftin, F. F. (D), Durham 
McMillan, Sam D. (L), Durham 
Penberthy, Robert John (L), DurhaiVi 
Phillips, Robert Eugene (L), Durham 
Pullman, Robert Stanford (L), Durham 
Robbins, Lonnie Enos (L), Durham 
Sanders, Vernon (L), Durham 
Tynan, James Francis, Sr. (L), Durham 
Underwood, Joel C. (L), Durham 
Warren, Jame.s Ivey (L), Roxboro 
Witter, Hamilton Clarke (L), Durham 

i ELIZABETH CITY DISTRICT 

Berry, Marlin Scheneck (L), 
I Swan Quarter 
I Jolliff, J. R. (L), Belvedere 
Nicholson, ^V. S. (D), P.O. Box 201. 
Guilford College 
' Saunders, Mrs. Charles (L), Rt. 4, 
Elizabeth City 
Woodley, W. C. (L), Creswell 

FAYETTEVILLE DISTRICT 

■ Armstrong, Edward P. (L), 303 Steele 

St., High Point 
I Ballance, Miss Ethelynde (L),) 
' Route 3, Rockingham 
I Bowen, Gary O'Brien (L), S'tar 
; Chandler, George (L), Vanderbilt Univ.. 

Nashville, Tenn. 

■ Ellington, Budd (L), PfeifCer College, 

Misenheimer 
' Hurley. Robin Wade (L), Pfeiffer College, 
; Misenheimer 

■ Hutchinson, Charles (L), Pfeiffer College. 

Misenheimer 
Kendall, Fred Algie, Jr. (L), 
Duke University, Durham 
Lewis, William Carson (L), Rt. 2, 
. Rockingham 
McLean, Thomas (L). 231 Monlieu Ave., 
High Point 
jOsteen, Edward Powell (L), 
, Duke University, Durham 
Pmer, C. G. (L), Rt. 6, Fayetteville 
Ses.soms, Jesse Thomas (L), Favetteville 
Victory, R. F., Jr. (L). U. S. Air Force 
Aoung, William Benjamin (L), Rt. 4, 
Rockingham 



Name and Address 

GOLDSBORO DISTRICT 

Baker, Eugene J. (L), Four Oaks 
Coile, James Henry (L), LaGrange 
Crady, Luther (L), Walstonburg 
Creech, Wilbur L., Jr. (L), Goldsboro 
Fonts, Mrs. D. L. (D), Mt. Olive 
Garris, Harold S. (L), Goldsboro 
Juren, Jerry (L), Wallace 
Petty, Bernard (L), Stantonsburg 
Petty, John Albert (L), Garland 
Ridge, Otis (L). Warsaw- 
Smith, Royce Eugene (L), Rt. 3, 

Goldsboro 
Smith, James E. (L), LaGrange 
Richardson, William (L), Kenly 

NEW BERN DISTRICT 

Alexander, Joseph Culbreth, Jr. (L), 

Greenville 
Bray, Lloyd Jones (L), Greenville 
Kd wards, Hal, Jr. (L), Ayden 
Edwards, Ormond Kemp (L), Ayden 
Gibbons, Robert H. (L), Greenville 
Harris, Robert Gentry, Jr. (L), Ayden 
.lackson, Wilbur Ivan (L), Ayden 
.lohnson, C. A. (D), Harkers Island 
Fulcher, John Rodney (L), Greenville 
Lewis, George Starling (L), 

Harkers Island 

RALEIGH DISTRICT 

Daniels, F. D. R. (L), High Point College, 

High Point 
Edwards. F. M. (L). 2705 Bedford Ave., 

Raleigh 
Hicks, C. B. (L), 128 Parker St., 

Henderson 
Hodge, R. H. (L), 514 Sasser St., Raleigh 
House, Mrs. Marietta T. (L), Mamers 
Lewis, J. M. (L), 302 Main St., Henderson 
Lewis, R. A. (L), 905 W. Peace St., 

Raleigh 
Matthews, T. H. (L), Rt. 5, Henderson 
McAdams, C. K. (L), 2223 Shanon St., 

Raleigh 
Schwartz. Philip (E), 2222 Creston Rd., 

Raleigh 
Starnes, A. B. (L), 2801 Claremont Rd., 

Raleigh 
White, B. T., 709 W. Morgan St., Raleigh 
Williams, R. S., Rt. 1, Linden 

ROCKY MOUNT DISTRICT 

.Vldridge, Blan Coolidge (L), Black 

Mountain, N. C. State Sanatorium 
Barrett, Thedro Jefferson (L), Gary.sbura 
Flythe, Joseph Johnson (L), Conway 
.lobe, .John Turner (L), Rt. 1, 

Rocky Mount 
Matthews, Thomas Herbert (L), 

Henderson 
Pope, Henry Davis (L). Enfield 
Ricks. Robert Dennis (L), Con\vay 
Richardson, William Bryan (L), Kenly 

WILMINGTON DISTRICT 

Bullard, J. P. (L), Rt. 3, Maxton 
Crow, Earl P. (L), Wilmington 
Hodgin, Hubert Howard (L), Wilmington 
Howell, Charles S. (L), Bolton 
King. W. R. (L), Sneads Ferry 
Lewis, E. J. (D), Sneads Ferry 
Thompson, Leo C. (L), Wilmington 
Ward, W. B. (L), Clarendon 
M^ebster, G. B. (L). Wilmington 



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Section III 

Program, Minutes of Special Session, Proceedings, Minutes, 
Appointments, Memoirs 



PROGRAM 

Monday Afternoon, June 25 

2:00 P.M. The Prelude— "Italian Hymn" McKinley 

Call to Worship ^ Bishop Paul N. Garber 

Hymn No. 402 — "And Are We Yet Alive?" Dennis 

The Apostle's Creed 

Prayer The Rev. H. K. King 

Organ Interlude 

Special Music — "Fear Ye Not, O Israel" Buck 

Miss Cynthia Mendenhall 

Business Session 

Organization of Conference 

Admission of Class Into Full Connection 

Address to Class — "Going on to Perfection" Bishop Paul N. Garber 

Hymn No. 287 — "A Charge to Keep I Have" Mason 

Reports 

District Superintendents and District Lay Leaders 
Board of Ministerial Training and Qualifications 

Benediction 

Postlude 

Monday Evening, June 25 

7:30 FM. The Prelude— "A Mighty Fortress Is Our God" Mueller 

Call to Worship 

Hymn No. 381— "The Church's One FoundiUion" Wesley 

Prayer The Reverend J. M alloy Owen 

Anthem — "The Heavens Are Telling" from "The Creation" Haydn 

Fraternal Greetings from Virginia Conference Dr. W. P. Watkins 

District Superintendent, Peninsula District 
Anniversary of Board of Missions 
Presiding — Dr. J. E. Garlington 
Prayer — The Reverend A. S. Parker 

The Reading of the Scriptures — The Reverend Henry Bizzell 
Our Forward Look — The Reverend M. W. Lawrence 
A Quadrennium of Church Extension 

The Reverend Thomas A. Collins 
Report of Board of Missions — ^The Reverend S. J. Starnes 
Address — Dr. F. Olin Hunt, Superintendent, Department of Finance 
and Field Service, Division of National Missions 

Hymn No. 475— "Publish Glad Tidings" Walch 

Reports 

Methodist Publishing House — "A Bold Venture," A film presentation 
of the new Methodist Periodicals, A. R. ^Vhite, Manager, Rich- 
mond Office Board of Publications 
Deaconess Board 

Commission on Christian Vocations 
Board of Managers of North Carolina Pastors School 
Postlude — "Benedictus" Rowley 

Tuesday Morning, June 26 

8:30 A.M. Prelude — "Divinum Mysterium" York 

The Sacrament of the Lord's Supper 



Journal of Proceedings 49 

Welcome 

From the Churches — Mr. Lutlier Moore, Chairman, Official Board, 

Jarvis Memorial Methodist Church 
From the City — Mr. Leonard Bloxam, City Manager of Greenville 
Response and Introductions 
Chaplaincy and Camp Activity Hour 

Address General Charles I. Carpenter 

Chief of Chaplains, United States Air Force 
Anniversary of Board of Pensions 

Presiding — ■ Mr. John A. Staton 

Address — Dr. E. W. Freeman, Chairman, Board of Pensions, Central 
Kansas Conference 
Veteran's Dinner 

Address — The Reverend LaFon C. Vereen 
Directors of Christian Education Luncheon Woman's Club 

Tuesday Afternoon, June 26 

Annual Meeting of Conference Brotherhood 
Presiding — The Reverend L. L. Parish 
Hymn 
Prayer 

Report of Secretary-Treasurer — The Reverend H. F. Surratt 
Memorial Service 

Presiding — Bishop Paul N. Garber 

The Organ Prelude — "Pastorale Symphony" from "The Messiah," 

Handel 
Hymn No. 315 — "How Firm a Foundation" Adeste Fidelis 

The Prayer — The Reverend W. M. Howard, Jr., Minister Jarvis Me- 
morial Methodist Church, Greenville, N. C. 
Solo — "How Lovely Are Thy Dwellings" (From Psalm 84) Liddell 
Mrs. Hubert E. May, Music Director, 
Nashville Methodist Church, Nashville, N. C. 
Roll Call of Our Honored Dead — The Conference Secretary 
Ministers Who Have Died During the Year 
Wives of Ministers WHio Have Died During the Year 
The Memorial Address — "The Other Dimension," The Reverend 

Charles E. Vale, Minister, Rose Hill Methodist Church 
Hymn No. 164 — "All Hail the Power of Jesus' Name" Holden 

Fraternal Greetings from North Carolnia Conference of the Central 
Jurisdiction, The Reverend G. M. Phelps, District Superintendent 

Greensboro District 
Reports 

Committee on Conference Entertainment 
College Board of Visitors 
Town and Country Commission Banquet . . Saint James Methodist Church 

Tuesday Evening, June 26 

Anniversary of Board of Education 
Presiding — Dr. Edgar B. Fisher 
Prelude — "I Need Thee Every Hour," Miller 
Call to Worship 

Hymn No. 337 — "Saviour, Like a Shepherd Lead Us," Bradbury 
Prayer — The Reverend C. H. Mercer 
Anthem — "Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring," Bach 
Address — Dr. Leon Adkins, Executive Secretary, Division of Local 

Church, Board of Education 
Hymn No. 287 — "A Charge to Keep I Have," Mason 
Reports of Conference Staff 

Executive Secretary — Dr. C. P. Morris 

Children's Work — Miss Elizabeth Johnson 

Youth Work — The Reverend Herman S. Winberry 

Adult Work — Mr. John M. Meares 

Methodist Student Work — The Reverend J. Robert Regan, Jr. 



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Methodist College Foundation of North Carolina, Inc., The Rev- 
erend D. D. Holt 

Board of Education — The Reverend O. K. Ingram 
Hymn No. 561 — "The Lord Our God Alone Is Strong," Wilhams 
Reports 

Radio and Film Commission 

Advance Committee 

Wednesday Morning, June 27 

8:30 A.M. Prelude — "Pastorale" Guihnant ji 

Morning Devotions i 

9:00 A.M. Anniversary of Commission on Town and Country Work 
Presiding — The Reverend R. E. Walston 
Singing of Hymns of Wesley 

Leader — The Reverend E. G. Purcell, Jr. 
Pianist — The Reverend Henry B. Lewis 
Introduction of Speaker — The Reverend Ralph Epps 
Address — The Reverend Glenn F. Sanford, Superintendent, Depart- 
ment of Town and Country Work, Division of National Missions, i 
Board of Missions. I 

10:30 A.M. Reports I 

Commission on World Service and Finance ' 

Treasurer 
Board of Trustees 
12:00 Noon Anniversary of Board of Temperance 
Presiding — Mr. Gale K. Burgess 
Address — Bishop Ralph S. Cushman 
1:00 P.M. Meeting of Board of Lay Activities 

Wednesday Afternoon, June 27 

3:00 P.M. Anniversary of Board of Evangelism 

Presiding — The Reverend M. C. Dunn 

Prelude — "Andante," Rheinberger 

Call to Worship 

Hymn No. 379 — "I Love Thy Kingdom, Lord," WilUams < 

Responsive Scripture, 1st Reading, Page 564, "God's Creative Word" j 

Prayer — The Reverend D. J. Reid ^ i 

Special Music — "The Lord Is My Light," AlUtsen, Mrs. Allison ' 

Hearne Moss ; 

Report of Board of Evangelism — The Reverend C. J. Andrews j 

Sermon — Dr. G. Ray Jordan, Professor of Homiletics and Chapel , 

Preacher, Candler School of Theology, Emory University 
Reports 

Duke Endowment 

Ministers Credit Union 

Conference Calendar of Work 
'^ Inter-Board Committee on Alcohol Education and Christian Action ' I 
5:30 P.M. Duke University Banquet East Carolina College ' 

Presiding — The Reverend R. L. Bame 
Address — Dr. McMurray S. Ritchey 

Wednesday Evening, June 27 .J 

7:30 P.M. Anniversary of Board of Lay Activities [] 

Presiding — 'Mr. W. Jasper Smith 

Prelude — ^"Chorale No. 1," Andriessen i 

Call to Worship 

Hymn No. 162 — "O For a Thousand Tongues to Sing," Wesley 
Prayer — Mr. Sam B. Underwood, Jr. \ 

Anthem — "Psalm 150," Franck i 

Report of Board j 

Address — Dr. Norman L. Trott, President, Westminster Theological ; 
Seminary j 

9:00 P.M. Organization of Quadrennial Boards I 



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Thursday Morning, June 28 

8:30 A.M. Prelude— "Sheep May Safely Graze" Bach 

Love Feast 

Presiding — The Reverend W. A. Cade 

Assisting— The Reverends E. W. Downum, B. T. Hurley, M. Y. Self, 
K. F. Duvall, C. T. Rogers 
9:30 A.M. Anniversary of Board of Hospitals and Homes 
Presiding — The Reverend A. L. Thompson 
Report of Board 

Hospital Care Association — Mr. M. S. McKibben 
The Methodist Home for Children — The Rev. Forrest D. Hedden 
The Methodist Retirement Home — Mr. M. G. Mann 
Introduction of Speaker — The Reverend J. F. Coble 
Address — Dr. Russell Dicks 
Reports 

Methodist Board of Publication, Address, "The Centennial of 
the North Carolina Christian Advocate," Dr. R. P. Marshall, 
Editor North Carolina Christian Advocate 
Greetings from the Woman's Society of Christian Service — Mrs. 

Pierce Johnson 
Board of Social Economic Relations 
Committee on World Peace 
Statistician 
1:00 P.M. Ministers' Wives Luncheon Woman's Club 

Thursday Afternoon, June 28 

3:00 P.M. Anniversary of Historical Society 

Presiding — Ihe Reverend Paul R. Carruth 

Address — Dr. D. Stewart Patterson, General Secretary, Methodist 
Commission on Camp Activities 

Special Music — "O Divine Redeemer," Gounod, Miss Angie Gaskins 

Reports 

Committee on Conference Relations 
Conference Long Rang Planning Committee 
Conference Church Extension Survey Committee 
Committee on Conference Pictorial Directory 
5:30 P.M. High Point College Banquet Saint James Methodist Church 

Thursday Evening, June 28 

Presiding — Bishop Paul N. Garber 
7:00 P.M. Ordination Service 

Prelude — "Trumpet Tune," Purcell 

Call to Worship 

Hymn No. 417 — "All Praise to our Redeeming Lord," Pond 

The Apostle's Creed - 

Anthem — "Open Our Eyes," MacFarlane, Choir, St. James Methodist 

Church, Tarboro, N. C. 
Reading from Holy Scriptures 
Prayer — The Reverend J. Furman Herbert 
The OfiFering 
Offertory 

Hymn No. 399— "Let Zion's Watchmen All Awake," Arnes 
Sermon— Dr. Norman L. Trott, President, Westminster Theological 

Seminary 
Consecration of Directors of Christian Education 
Ordination of Deacons and Elders 

Anthem — "The Omnipotence," Schubert, Combined Choirs 
Reading of Appointments 

Hymn No. 557— "God Be With You Till We Meet Again," Rankin 
Benediction 
Choral Response 
Postlude — "Benedictus," Reger 



52 North Carolina Annual Conference 

MINUTES OF THE SPECIAL SESSION 

OF THE 

NORTH CAROLINA CONFERENCE 

St. Paul Methodist Church, Goldsboro, N. C. 
MONDAY, MAY 14, 1956 



Morning Session 



Opening: The North Carolina Conference of the Methodist Church, 
Southeastern Jurisdiction, convened in special session at St. Paul Methodist 
Church, Goldsboro, North CaroHna, May 14, 1956 at 10:00 a.m., with Bishop | 
Paul N. Garber, presiding. The hymn, "O For a Thousand Tongues to Sing" 
was sung. Prayer was oflFered by H. M. McLamb. 

Purpose of the Special Session: Bishop Garber stated the purpose of this 
special session was to discuss and take action upon matters relating to higher 
education in Eastern North Carolina under the auspices of the Methodist i 
Church. He read a paper relative to the conditions existing in our colleges. 
He then announced the agenda for the day. 

Report of the Long Range Planning Committee: C. D. Barclift read the 
Long Range Planning Committee's recommendation, and then spoke to the 
recommendation. 

Recommendation of the Board of Education: E. B. Fisher, chairman of j 
the Conference Board of Education, gave the recommendation of thej 
Board, stating the Board's approval of the recommendations of the Longj 
Range Planning Committee. 

Commission on World Service and Finance: Gurney P. Hood, Chairman, 
of the Commission on World Service and Finance, made the report for the 
Commission. He stated that the Commission approved the plan as submitted 
by the Long Range Planning Committee and approved by the Board of 1 
Education. 

Population Trends in North Carolina: Key W. Taylor, Chairman of the 
Town and Country Commission, spoke concerning the population trends in 
North Carolina 

Prospective College Enrollment Trends: Dr. J. D. Messick, President of 
East Carolina College, spoke on prospective college enrollment trends 

Fayetteville's Offer for a New College: Terry Sanford, layman of Fay- 
etteville, led in the presentation of Fayetteville's offer for the new college. 
He spoke, explaining their proposition. Chaplain Joel Waring, a member of 
the Ohio Conference, spoke, representing Fort Bragg. Joe Talley, layman of 
Fayetteville, spoke, representing the general Fayetteville area 

Rocky Mount's Offer for a New College: Ray Bandy, layman of Rocky 
Mount, led in the presentation of Rocky Mount's offer for the new college 
D. S. Johnson, another layman of Rocky Mount, spoke. Leon Russell sum-^ 
marized the offer. mU* 






Journal of Proceedings 53 

Need for an Academy in the North Carolina Conference: W. L. Clegg 
spoke concerning the estabhshment of a Methodist Acaaemy within tne 
bounds of the North Carohna Conference. 

Summary of Estimated Costs for a Senior Co-educational Methodist Col- 
lege: C. P. Morris presented the summary of estimated costs for a senior co- 
educational Methodist college. J. D. Messick spoke. 

Announcements: Announcements were made by W. C. Wilson and H. M. 
McLamb. 

Benediction: The benediction was given by C. F. Heath. 

Afternoon Session 

Opening: The conference convened at 1:30, with Bishop Garber pre- 
siding. The prayer was led by R. P. Marshall, editor of the North Carolina 
Christian Advocate. 

Louisburg College: Judge Hamilton Hobgood of Louisburg led in the 
appeal for Louisburg College to remain at Louisburg. Judge Marshall T. 
Spears of Durham, Mrs. B. B. Everette of Palm\Ta, Superintendent Suey 
Chandler of Currituck Countv, and James E. Hillman of Raleigh, spoke in 
favor of keeping the college at Louisburg. 

Reasons for Moving Louisburg to Rocky Mount: D. E. Earnhardt led in 
the reasons offered for moving Louisburg to Rocky Mount. W. J. Smith of 
Bethel, Mrs. D. L. Fonts of Mt. Olive and C. S. Bunn of Nashville spoke in 
favor of moving Louisburg to Rocky Mount. 

i Statement by Bishop Garber: Bishop Garber quoted from the Discipline, 
paragraph 627, concerning who constitutes a special session. O. L. Hathaway 
!made a motion that we c'onstitute a bar of conference. It was seconded by 
iH. M. M^amb. The secretary of the conference asked that the main floor 
bf the sanctuary and the first' adjoining section of the annex constitute the 
bar of the conference. 

i Roll Call: The conference secretary asked for registration to this special 
isession be obtained by signing of attendance slip by each member present. . 
i Report of the Long Range Planning Committee: C. D. Barclift moved 
the adoption of the report of the Long Range Planning Committee. It was 
seconded. C. P. Morris offered an amendment: "I Move 

(First) That the North Carolina Conference, Southeastern Jurisdiction, 
The Methodist Church, accept the report of the Long Range Planning 
Committee with reference to the proposal that a Senior (four-year) Co-edu- 
cational Methodist College be established at Fayetteville, North Carolina; 

(Second) That the North Carolina Conference, Southeastern Jurisdiction. 
The Methodist Church, accept the report of the Long Range Planning Com- 
mittee with reference to the proposal that a Senior (four-year) Co-educa- 
tional Methodist College be established at Rocky Mount, North Carolina; 
rithout the proviso that Louisburg College be moved to Rocky Mount; 
(Third) That Louisburg College be continued at its present location as a 
Junior College." 

[ C. P. Morris spoke to the amendment. W. A. Cade, Gurney P. Hood and 
G. W. Blount spoke for the amendment. M. W. Lawrence made the motion 
that we discuss the amendment as three points and then vote upon it as a 
whole, starting with section 3. 



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G. S. Eubank spoke against the substitute. He amended the substitute 
by asking that we begin with section 1 and not section 3. It was accepted 
by Lawrence. 

H. G. Ruark offered a substitute to the report and to the amendment 
given: "That \vith the concurrence of the Western North Carohna Con- 
ference or its Board of Education, the Methodist College Foundation be 
requested to arrange for a study under the direction of the University Senate 
of the Methodist Church and with the advice of other competent educa- 
tional authorities, if needed, of the responsibilities of Methodists for Chris- 
tian higher education in North Carolina; that it report its progress in such 
arrangements to the 1956 session of this conference requesting such financial 
assistance as may be required with the view of presenting to the 1957 ses- 
sions of the two conferences recommendations as to how this responsibility 
may be most adequately met." The substitute motion was seconded. He 
spoke to the substitute. J. E. Garlinffton spoke against the substitute. R. W. 
Bradshaw spoke in favor of the substitute. H. K. King spoke against the 
substitute. M. K. Glover spoke for the substitute. H. I. Glass moved the 
previous question be called. The motion was lost. W. L. Clegg spoke against 
the Ruark substitute. The vote was taken on the Ruark substitute, and it was 
lost. 

Bishop Garber read paragraph 1392 of the Discipline with reference to 
adopting the report of the Long Range Planning Committee. 

The C. P. Morris motion: Section 1 of the motion was adopted. Section 2 
of the motion was adopted. Section 3 of the motion was amended by S. B. 
Underwood "That the Conference furnish continuing support to Louisburg 
College up to the fisure of $300 per student and give capital outlay funds 
of not less than $500,000 within ten years." A. P. Brantley and W. L. Clegg 
spoke against the Underwood amendment. W. A. Cade offered an amend- 
ment to the amendment submitted by Underwood that Louisburg College 
be retained at Louisburg as a Junior College of accredited standing and the 
conference enlarge its facilities to 400 or 600 student capacity if and when 
the need warrants such expansion. T. H. House spoke against this amend- 
ment. The vote was taken on the Cade amendment, and it was carried. It 
takes the place of the Underwood amendment. 

Section 3. with the Cade amendment, of the Morris motion was voted 
upon, and was carried. 

E. G. Purcell, Jr. made a motion that borrowing of Federal fimds be 
prohibited, except as voted upon by our annual conference. It was seconded. 
He spoke to the motion. Gurney P. Hood spoke against it. The motion was 
lost. 

Bishop Garber called for a vote on the entire paper. It was adopted. 
That becomes the substitute for the original motion; thus the original report 
was adopted. 

Announcements: Announcements were made by the conference secre- 
tary. 

Sympathy and Greetings: C. M. Mitchell made motion that word of sym- 
pathy be sent to Mrs. J. M. JoUiff. C. F. Heath asked that greetings and get- 
well wishes be sent to C. F. Duplissey. R. G. Dawson asked that word of 
sympathy be sent to Mrs. W. C. Shaw and J. C. Harmon. H. M. McLamb 
asked that greetings be sent to A. J. Hobbs. V. E. Queen asked that greet- 
ings be sent to H. L. Davis. 



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Statement: Bishop Garber made statement of commendation to the North 
CaroHna Conference concerning progress within the conference. 

Benediction: After the singing of the hymn "Blest Be the Tie that Binds," 
the conference adjourned with benediction by V. E. Queen. 



QUTi./Uit^v, 



President 

Secretary 

The committee on Daily Minutes has examined the Minutes of the Spe- 
cial Session of the Annual Conference held May 14, 1956, and they are 
(correct and approved. 

ROBERT W. BRADSHAW 
E. G. PURCELL, JR. 
J. D. YOUNG 

Committee on Minutes 



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JOURNAL OF PROCEEDINGS 



First Day, Afternoon Session 

Monday, June 25, 1956 

Opening: The one hundred twenty-first session of the North Carolina 
Conference (eie^hteenth since unification in 1939), was convened at Wrisht 
Memorial Auditorium on the campus of East Carolina College, Green- 
ville, North Carolina, Monday, June 25, 1956, at 2:00 p.m. by Bishop 
Paul N. Garber, resident Bishop of the Richmond Area. Hvmn 402. 
"And Are We Yet Alive?" was suns;, followed by the Aoostle's Creed 
in unison. H. K. King, Superintendent of the New Bern District, led in 
praver. Miss Cvnthia Mendenhall from Jarvis Memorial Church sang "Fear 
Ye Not. O Israel." 

Roll Call: The Bishoo called on W. C. Wilson, Conference Secretary, to 
call the roll of the Conference. The Secretary moved that the Registration 
Cards siffned by the delegates become the official record of attendance 
for the Conference. The motion was adopted. 

Our Honored Dead: The Bishon asked thp nuestion, "What ministers and 
ministers' wives have died during the year?" The conference secretary read 
the names of tho foUowinf^: ^'^im'^ters — O. W. Dowd, H. C. Smii-h, W. A. 
Parsons. J. M. JollilF, E. L. Hill; Ministers' Wives— Mrs. J. H. Buff^loe. Mrs. 
T. L. Midcrptte. Mrs. J. G. Johnson. Mrs. W. C. Merritt. Mrs. S. T. Movie. 
Mrs. I. S. Richmond. Mrs. j. C. Harmon, Mrs. C. O. DuRant; Approved 
Supnly Ministers— J. W. Smith, W. C. Shaw. 

Election of Conference Secretary and Statistician: Bishoo Garber aslced 
the Question: "Who are elected secretary and statistician for the quadren- 
nium?" W. Carleton Wilson was nominated and elected Secretary D. D. 
Travnham was nominated and elected Statistician. W. C. Wil'^on named 
his assistants as follows: L. C. Vereen, C. J. Andrews, C. W. Barbee, J. A. 
Auman, Mrs. W. C. Wilson, Mrs. L. C. Vereen, Mrs. J. A. Auman. 

Conference Rules: W. M. Howard, Conference host pastor moved that 
the rules of the 1955 session of the Conference become the rules of the 1956 
session. The motion was adopted. 

Bar of the Conference: W. M. Howard moved that the main floor of 
the auditorium be made the bar of the Conference. The motion was adopted. 

Program: W. M. Howard moved that the printed Program be the official 
program for the Conference. The motion was adopted. 

Nominations for Special Committees for the Conference: V. E. Queen, 
Secretary of the Cabinet, submitted the following nominations for special 
committees for the Conference: 

Committee on Investigations: Convener: A. P. Brantley, Principals: George Blount, 
C. E. Vale, L. A. Tilley, J. P. Pegg, J. M. Cline. Alternates: R. Z. Newton, R. L. Bame. 
T. R. Jenkins. 

Committee on District Conference Records: Convener: W. L. Clegg, T. J. Whitehead, 
C. H. Dunn, R. N. Knight, J. K. Bostick, Earl Tyson, C. M. Fogleman, Jr., T. H. House, 
W. L. Freeman, G. L. Kinley. 

Committee on Courtesies and Introductions: H. K. King, W. M. Howard, Jr., J. D 
Messick. 



Journal of Proceedings 57 

Committee on Resolutions and References: Convener: M. O. Fletcher. Clerical: C. D. 

Barclift, C. S. Boggs, Leon Couch, Carl Barbee, J. T. Maides. Lay: J. F. Rogers. W. F. 
Veasey, A. C. Edwards, Walter F. Anderson. 

Committee on Minutes: Convener: O. L. Hathaway. Robert Bradshaw, E. G. Purcell, 
Jr., J. D. Young. 

Question .36: "Who have been received by transfer?" was called. Bishop 
j Garber read the list as follows: E. \I. Gitlin, Thomas Hovle Swofford, James 
} H. Warren, Leon W. Ross, W. W. Sherman, J. F. Minnis, Sheldon Wolfe, 
j Ernest Edmond, William Mc. Jeffries, Paul Browning, George W. Ports, 
I Nelson Moore. Bishop Garber welcomed these men into the fellowship 
j of the North Carolina Conference. 

j Question 37: "Who have been transferred out?" was called. The answer 
was: Richard W. Robertson, James H. Waldrop, Erman Fay Bennett, Ladell 
j Jefferson Futch, John Robert Blue, James E. Hodges, R. E. Couch, Paul 
I B. Houston. 

' Question 26: "Who are admitted into Full Connection?" was called. The 
; answer was: William Warren Bishon, John Hammond Crum, Albert Fleet 
^ Fisher, Pearce Hudson Lavfield, John Henry Parrish, James P. Rickards, 
' John Hardv Sutton, Jr., William Welby Sherman, Jr.. Frank Edward Wier. 

Bishop Garber snoke to the class on the theme, "Going on to Perfection," 
and received them into full connection. 

Hvmn No. 2>^7 "A Charge to Keep" was sune. 

Question 6: "What are the reports of the District Superintendents and 
District Lav Leaders, as to the status of the work within their Districts?" was 
■ called. BurlJnoton: The character of A. P. Brantlev was passed, and he m-'de 
ithe report for the Burlino-ton District (See Reports, Section TV, Part IV The 
' characters of the pastors in the district were passed. Tames Rogers lav leader 
of the district, spoke on behalf of the lavmen. Durham: The character of 
W. L. Cle?2; was passed, and he made the report for the Durham District 
'(See Reports, Section TV. Part I). The characters of the pastors in the dis- 
trict were passed. Tohn Dozier, associate lav leader, spoke on behalf of the 
lavmen. Elizabeth d'tv: Tn the absence of District Superintendent C Free- 
man Heath, due to illness, M. O. Fletcher made the report for the Elizabeth 
Citv District (See Reports. Section TV. Part T). The characters of the pastors 
in the district were passed. Fayetteville: The character of O. L. Hathaway 
was passed, and he made the report for the Fayetteville District (See Re- 
ports, Section TV. Part I). The characters of the pastors in the district were 
passed. J. N. Gibson, Jr., lav leader, spoke on behalf of the laymen in 
the district. Goldsboro: The character of Howard M. McLamb was passed, 
and he made the report for the Goldsboro District (See Reports, Section TV, 
Part T). The characters of the pastors in the district were passed. Robert C. 
Rose, associate lay leader, spoke on behalf of the laymen of the district. New 
Bern: The character of Hiram K. King was passed, and he made the report 
for the New Bern District (See Reports, Section TV, Part T). The characters 
jof the pastors in the district were passed. S. B. Underwood, Jr., lay leader, 
jspoke on behalf of the laymen in the district. 

I Question 23: "Who are received on trial?" was called. The Conference 
Registrar, W. M. Howard, Jr., answered: (a) Studies of the first year? No one. 
(b) Exempt from courses of study under seminary rules? William Ray Bailey, 
■Robert Lee Baldridge, Lawrence Alvin Bursch, James Sidney Epperson, 
Robert Carol Hastings, Arnold Kimsey King, Jr., Robert Hugh Love, Wil- 



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Ham P. Lowdermilk, Jerry Akin Means, Henry Arthur Phillips, Jr., Thomas 
Arnold Pope, John Edwards Reed, Robert E. Rhodes, Jr., Emerson McLean 
Thompson, Vernon Cephus Tyson. 

Question 42: "What ministers have been retired this year?" was asked. 
The names of B. F. Boone, E. R. Clegg, J. W. Dimmette, W. G. Farrar, 
W. L. Loy, W. L. Maness, I. S. Richmond and R. D. Wellons were referred 
to the Committee on Conference Relations for the retired relations. 

Question 21: "What preachers, coming from other churches, have had 
their orders recognized?" was asked. The answer was: As local deacons? No 
one. As Local Elders? No one. 

Question 24: "Who are continued on trial?" was called. The answer was: 

(a) In studies of the first year? Holcombe Guice McCloud, Charles Hall 
Mewborn, William Kellon Quick, Edward Amos Stevens, Neil Howard 
Thompson, Joseph Allen Wagnon, James Graham White, Jr. (b) Advance to 
studies of the second year? Holland Luther Hale, John Thomas Smith. 
(c) Continued in class of second year? No one. (d) Studies of the third year? 
Donald Edward Collins, Harvey Bynum Johnson, William Franklin Mea- 
cham, Jesse Cloman Staton, Charles Wesley Wooten. (e) Exempt from 
course of study under the seminary rule? James David Andrews, Ellis 
Jennings Bedsworth, Rene Orville Bideaux, Paul Grayson Bunn, William 
Andrew Cheyne, Joseph Conrad Glass, Jr., James William Goodwin, Earl 
Erwin Henley, Jr., John Sanders Pearsall, James Perry Rickards, Robin 
Jerome Scroggs, James Braxton Speight, Rufus Haywood Stark, H, Walter 
Eugene Tisdale, Vernon Cephus Tyson, Franklin Odell Walker, Paul Harris 
Wragg. 

Question 25: "Who on trial are discontinued?" was asked. The answer 
was: James Leon McAllister. 

Question 27: "What full members are in studies?" was called. The answer 
was: (a) Of the third year? Wilfong Waldron Clark, Jr., Samuel Gordon 
Dodson, Jr., Albert Nottly Gore, Robert Norman Knight, (b) Of the fourth 
year? William Hoyt Cheek, James Richard Couchman, Edwin Lee Earn- 
hardt, William Martin Elhs, James Winfred Hamilton. 

Question 28: "What full members have failed to complete the studies?" 
was called. The answer was: (a) Of the third year? Grady Herman Whicker. 

(b) Of the fourth year? James Lawrence Bridges, James Richard Couch- 
man, James Russell Hailey, James Winfred Hamilton, Amos Henry Stone. 

Question 29: "What full members have completed the studies of the 
fourth year?" was called. The answer was: Samuel Earl Landers, Alton 
Pugh Hill, Walter Clarence Feltman. 

Question 30: "Who have been elected deacons?" The answer was: (a) As 
local preachers? Edgar Vernon Dunn, Robert Marriner Gradeless. (b) As 
members on trial in the course of study? Simeon Foster Cummings, Herbert 
Morehouse Jamieson, William Franklin Meacham, Jesse Cloman Staton, 
Aaron Grandison Tyson, (c) Under the seminary rule? William Ray Bailey, 
Rene Orville Bideaux, Paul Grayson Bunn, James Sidney Epperson, Horace 
Stanford Garris, Joseph Conrad Glass, Robert Carroll Hastings, Earl Erwin 
Henley, Jr., Arnold Kimsey King, Jr., Auburn William Lord, Robert Hugh 
Love, Jerry Akin Means, Henry Arthur Phillips, Jr., Thomas Arnold Pope, 
Robert E. Rhodes, Jr., Emerson McLean Thompson, Vernon Cephus Tyson, 
Paul Harris Wragg. 



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Question 32: "WTio have been elected elders? was asked. The answer 
was: (a) As local preachers? No one. (b) As local deacons who have been 
received on trial? No one. (c) As conference members in the course of study? 
Albert Dewitt Byrd, Jr., Lewis Albert Dillman, William Albright Seawell, 
Arthur Lewis Green Stephenson, Edgar Earl Whitley, (d) Under the semi- 
nary rule? William Warren Bishop, Robert Stewart Brodie, Paul Casto 
Browning, John Hammond Crum, Albert Fleet Fisher, Charles Franklin 
Grill, Jr., Wilson Sharpe Lambert, Pearce Hudson Layfield, John William 
Pfister, Charles Donald Roettger, William Welby Sherman, Harmon Lee 
Smith, Jr., William Brantley Starnes, John Hardy Sutton, Jr., Robert Wal- 
lace, Frank Edward Wier. (e) Under the missionary rule? No one. 

Question 18: "Who are the Approved Supply Pastors?" was called. The 
(list was read. (See Roll of Approved Supply Pastors following Chronological 
Roll of the Conference.) 

Duke Divinity School: Bishop Garber presented Dr. James Cannon, Dean 
of the Duke Divinity School, and he spoke to the Conference. 

Question 34: What members of this conference have been transferred out 
for purpose of ordination only? The answer was C. C. Caudill, J. O. Jerni- 
gan. 

Question 35: "Who are readmitted?" was called. The answer was: No one. 

Question 38: "Who have had their conference membership terminated?" 
was called. The answer was: No one. 

Question 41: Who have been granted sabbatical leave?" was asked. The 
answer was: Forrest D. Hedden. 

Announcements: W. C. Wilson, L. C. Vereen, W. M. Howard, Jr., and 
H. K. King made announcements. 

Benediction: The afternoon session closed with benediction given by 
Dr. James Cannon. 

First Day, Evening Session 

Monday, June 25, 1956 

Opening: The Conference convened at 7:30 p.m. with Bishop Garber in 
-he chair. After a prayer. Bishop Garber called the Conference to order, and 
^he congregation joined in the singing of the hymn, "The Church's One 
foundation." J. Malloy Owen III, pastor of Saint James Church, Greenville, 
,ed the evening prayer. An anthem, "The Heavens Are Telling," was ren- 
dered by the Jarvis \Iemorial Choir. 

Fraternal Greetings: Bishop Garber introduced Dr. W. P. Watkins, Dis- 
rict Superintendent of the Peninsula District, of the Virginia Conference, 
vho brought fraternal greetings from the Virginia Conference. 

Resolution: W. Jasper Smith asked that Vergil Queen and Leon Russell 
,pscort Mrs. Garber to the platform to join Bishop Garber. Mr. Smith then 
["ead a resolution signed by several hundred members of the North Carolina 
\nnual Conference expressing appreciation for the services of Bishop 
Garber for the past quadrennium, asking for his return for the next quad- 
'ennium, and that the North Carolina Conference remain a part of the 
Richmond Area. He moved that the resolution be adopted and it was sec- 
onded by R. G. Dawson. It was adopted. (See Resolutions.) 



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A gift expressing love and appreciation was presented to Bishop and 
Mrs. Garber by the Conference, after which they both spoke words of 
heart felt appreciation. 

Anniversary of The Board of Missions: The Anniversary of the Board of 
Missions was observed with J. E. Garhngton, President, presiding. Prayer 
was offered by A. S. Parker. Henry Bizzell read the scripture. 

M. W. Lawrence gave a brief talk on the Church Extension program 
using as his topic, "Our Forward Look." 

Challenging remarks on "A Quadrennium of Church Extension" were 
given by T. A Collins. 

J. E. Garhngton introduced Dr. F. Olin Hunt, Superintendent, Depart- 
ment of Finance and Field Service, Division of National Missions, who 
gave the address of the evening. 

The Methodist Publishing House: Bishop Garber introduced A. R. 
White, of The Methodist Publishing House, Richmond, Virginia, who after 
a few remarks delivered a check in the amount of $7,080.05 to Bishop Gar- 
ber for the North Carolina Conference. 

Announcements: Announcements were made by Carl W. Barbee, Gurney 
P. Hood, and L. C. Vereen. 

Benediction: The benediction was given by Bishop Garber. 

Film Presentation: Following the benediction the film, "A Bold Venture," 
was presented by A. R. White, Manager, Richmond Office Board of Pubh- 
cations. The meeting was adjourned. 

Second Day, Morning Session 

Tuesday, June 26, 1956 • 

Opening: The Conference convened at 8:30 a.m. with Bishop Paul N, 
Garber in the chair. The Bishop, assisted by the District Superintendents, the 
Conference Secretary, the Host pastor and G. R. McKenzie, Jr. administered 
the Holy Communion. 

Address of Welcome: W. M. Howard, Jr., host pastor, spoke words of 
welcome in behalf of all the churches of Greenville and expressed apprecia- 
tion to East Carolina College for givino; facilities for the Conference to meet 
on its campus. He presented Mr. Luther Moore, Chairman of the Official 
Board of Jarvis Memorial Church, who spoke words of welcome in behalf 
of the Church. Mr. Leonard Bloxam, City Manager of Greenville, welcomed 
the Conference to the City of Greenville. Bishop Garber responded. 

Report of Deaconess Board: Bishop Garber presented Miss Mamiej 
Chandler, Deaconess from Greenville and Director of the Methodist Student 
Center, East Carolina College, who gave the report of the Deaconess Board. 
It was adopted. (See Reports, Section IV, Part 2). 

Pastors' School and Convocation: Edgar B. Fisher presented the report of 
the Pastors' School and Convocation. It was adopted. (See Reports, Section 
IV, Part 4). 

Chaplaincy and Camp Activity Hour: Bishop Garber read the list of 
conference members now serving in the chaplaincy as follows: K. E. Beane. 
C. C. CaudilL J. O. Jernigan, B. F. Meacham, F. M. Patterson, James P. 
Rickards, W K. Anderson, A. C. Edens, Jr., H. C. Eraser, M. O. Stephenson, 
W. K. Barr, J. E. Rogers, Murrell Kelso Glover. He recognized conference 



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members retaining membership in the Chaplains Reserve Corps as follows: 
Paul Carruth. W. D. Caviness, H. F. Davis, F. J. Duphssey, R. H. Eason, 
O. V. Elkins, G. S. Eubank, P. H. Fields, W. L. Freeman, M. L. Husted, B. L. 
Jones, J. L. Joyce, C. B. Long, C. S. McCoy, J. K. Ormond, Brooks Patten, 
E. G. Purcell, Jr., F. E. Still, T. M. Vick, Jr. 

Major General Charles I. Carpenter, Chief of Chaplains, United States 
Air Force, spoke to the Conference. 

Leave of Absence: O. L. Hathaway asked permission for L. A. Tilley and 
Carl A. Johnson to leave the Conference for a funeral. Permission was 
granted. 

Board of Missions and Church Extension: S. J. Starnes, Secretary, 
presented the report of the Board of Missions. It was adopted (See 
Reports, Section IV, Part 2). T. A. Collins, executive secretary of the Board 
of Missions and Church Extension, spoke words of appreciation for the 
work of S. J. Starnes, secretary, and J. E. Garlington, president of the Board 
of Missions. 

American Bible Society: Bishop Garber recognized I. S. VIcElroy, repre- 
senting the American Bible Society and he addressed the Conference. 

Board of Education: C. P. Morris spoke concerning the adoption of 
charters and selection of trustees for the proposed Methodist Colleges to 
be located in Rocky Mount and Fayetteville. Copies of recommendations 
for these two items were distributed to delegates that they might have an 
opportunity to study them before they were adopted. 

Question 6: Raleigh District Superintendent R. G. Dawson's character 
was passed and he made the report for the Raleigh District. (See Reports, 
Section IV, Part 1). The characters of the pastors in the district were passed. 

Statement: W. C. Wilson read a statement from General Conference 
Records relative to the voting power of Accepted Supply pastors, as follows: 
"An Annual Conference may, by a three-fourths vote, at the opening of the 
annual session, grant to full-time approved supply pastors who are ordained 
'elders and who have served charges during the past year, the privilege of 
■voting at that session on all matters before the Conference, except those 
! dealing with ordination, character, and conference relations of ministers, 
'and the election of lay and ministerial delegates to General and Jurisdic- 
•tional Conferences." He moved that this privilege be given our Supply 
jPastors. The motion was adopted. 

i Anniversary of Board of Pensions: The Anniversary of the Board of Pen- 
[sions was observed with John A. Staton, president of the Board, presiding. 
'Following the singing of Hymn No. 1, "Holy, Holy, Holy," W. R. Stevens, 
Secretary of the Board, read the Scripture. John M. Dozier, Vice-Chairman 
;of the Board, led in prayer. W. R. Stevens presented the report of the Board 
of Pensions. It was adopted. (See Reports) John M. Dozier presented a 
resolution of appreciation for the services of Mr. John A. Staton. 
fThis resolution follows Report of Board of Pensions, Section IV, Part 2). 

Dr. E. W. Freeman, Chairman of the Board of Pensions of the Central 
jKansas Conference, addressed the Conference. Mrs. Freeman, and Dr. 
and Mrs. Leroy Arend were recognized. 

Minutes: J. D. Young reported for the Committee on Minutes. They were 
ipproved. 



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Announcements: L. C. Vereen, W. M. Howard, Jr., and H. L. Swain made 
announcements. 

Benediction: The morning session closed with benediction given by Dr. 
E. W. Freeman. 

Second Day, Afternoon Session 

Tuesday, June 26, 1956 

Conference Brotherhood: The annual meeting of the Conference 
Brotherhood convened at 2:30 p.m. with L. L. Parrish, Ministerial Vice- 
President, presiding. Following the singing of the opening hymn, J. Bascom 
Hurley led in prayer. H. F. Surratt read the minutes of the last meeting 
of the Conference Brotherhood, and they were approved. He presented the 
financial report. 

R. W. Bradshaw, chairman of the Nominations Committee, presented the 
following nominations for officers for the Conference Brotherhood: Presi- 
dent, C. Freeman Heath; Lay Vice-President, C. S. Meeldns; Ministerial 
Vice-President, L. L. Parrish; Secretary-Treasurer, R. L. Bame. They were 
elected. 

The congregation joined in the singing of the hymn, "Blest Be The Tie : 
That Binds." 

Bishop Garber took the Chair: The Conference convened at 3:00 p.m. 
with Bishop Garber presiding. 

Memorial Service: The annual Memorial Service was conducted with 
Bishop Garber presiding. Following the prelude the hymn, "The Church's 
One Foundation," was sung. Prayer was offered by W. M. Howard, Jr. Mrs. 
Hubert E. May, of Nashville, rendered a solo entitled, "How Lovely Arei 
Thy Dwellings." Bishop Garber called the questions (39, 39a): "What minis- 
terial members of the Conference, Approved Supply Pastors, and wives of 
ministers have died during the year?" W. C. Wilson, Conference Secretary, ' 
responded; Ministers: O. W. Dowd, H. C. Smith, W. A. Parsons, J. M.i 
Jolliff, E. L. Hill. Ministers' wives: Mrs. J. H. Buffaloe, Mrs. J. L. Midgette, 
Mrs. J. G. Johnson, Mrs. W. C. Merritt, Mrs. S. T. Moyle, Mrs. I. S. Rich- 
mond, Mrs. J. C. Harmon, and Mrs. C. O. DuRant. Approved Supply Pas- 
tors: J. W. Smith, and W. C. Shaw. 

The Memorial Address followed and was delivered by Charles E. Vale. 
His theme was "The Other Dimension." The service was concluded with the 
singing of the hymn, "All Hail the Power of Jesus' Name." 

Fraternal Greetings: Bishop Garber presented G. M. Phelps, District 
Superintendent, Greensboro District, who brought fraternal greetings from 
the North Carolina Conference of the Central Jurisdiction. 

Commission on Christian Vocations: J. C. P. Brown, Secretary of the 
Commission on Christian Vocations, gave the report of the commission. It 
was adopted. (See Reports). 

Resolution: W. Jasper Smith presented a resolution concerning the tenure" 
of the Conference Lay Leader on the Board of Lay Activities. It was 
adopted. (See Resolutions). 

College Board of Visitors: H. G. Ruark presented the report of the Cc 
lege Board of Visitors. It was adopted. (See Reports). 



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Committee on Conference Entertainment: A. D. L. Gray presented the 
report of the Committee on Conference Entertainment. It was approved. 
(See Reports). 

Question 6: "What are the reports of the District Superintendents and 

the District lay leaders, as to the status of work within their Districts?" was 

called. Rocky Momit: The character of J. F. Herbert was passed and he 

' made the report for the Rocky Mount District. The characters of the pastors 

in the District were passed. H. L. Swain, an Associate Lay Leader, spoke 

on behalf of the laymen. Wilmington: The character of Vergil Queen was 

i passed and he made the report for the Wilmington District. Wade Pierce, 

I of the Wilmington District, spoke on behalf of the laymen in the District. 

Board of Ministerial Training: W. M. Howard, Jr., gave the report of the 

\ Board of Ministerial Training. It was approved. (See Condensed Minutes). 

Resolution: W. M. Howard, Jr., read a resolution concerning the Board 
' of Ministerial Training. It was adopted. (See Resolutions). 

Committee on Minutes: J. D. Young reported that the minutes had been 
approved. The report was accepted. 

Resolutions: A. P. Brantley presenting resolutions concerning the sale of 
church property on the Moncure Charge and the Bobbins Circuit. The reso- 
lutions were adopted. (See Resolutions). 

Announcements: L. C. Vereen made announcements. 
Benediction: W. C. Wilson pronounced the benediction. 

Second Day, Evening Session 

Tuesday, June 26, 1956 

Opening: The Conference convened at 7:30 p.m. with Bishop Garber in 
Ithe chair. 

Anniversary of Board of Education: The anniversary of the Board of 
Education was observed with E. B. Fisher, president, presiding. After the 
singing of the hymn "Saviour Like a Shepherd Lead Us" by the congrega- 
tion, Charles Mercer led the evening prayer. The Conference Choir sang 
"Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring." 

E. B. Fisher presented M. Earl Cunningham, Nashville, Tenn., Director 
of Leadership Education of the General Board of Education, who presented 
the speaker of the evening, Dr. Leon Adkins, Executive Secretary, Division 
of the Local Church, General Board of Education. 

C. P. Morris, executive secretary of the Board of Education, made his 
report. He introduced the following members of the conference staff, each 
of whom spoke briefly: Miss Elizabeth Johnson, Director of Children's 
Work; Herman Winberry, Director of Youth Work; Robert Regan, Jr., 
Camp Director and State Student Movement Director; John M. Meares, 
Director of Adult Work. John M. Meares presented the new full-time di- 
rector of adult work, Harold Minor. 

\ O. K. Ingram presented reports for the Board of Education. Report No. 1 
•was adopted. Report No. 2, sections (a) through (e) were adopted (See 
Reports). Report No. 2 as a whole was adopted (See Reports). Report No. 3 
was presented. It was adopted (See Reports). 



64 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Resolution: O. K. Ingram read a resolution concerning conveners of 
trustees for the new colleges at Rocky Mount and Fayetteville. It was 
adopted (See Board of Education Report). 

Resolution: O. K. Ingram read a resolution concerning public education 
in North Carohna. It was adopted (See Board of Education Report). 

Inter-Board Committee on Student Religious Work, the Approved Pas- 
tors' School, and Camp Don-Lee Reports were adopted (See Reports). 

Benediction: The evening session closed with the benediction by E. B. 
Fisher. 

Third Day, Morning Session 

Wednesday, June 27, 1956 I 

Opening: The Conference convened at 8:30 a.m., with Bishop Paul N. . 
Garber in the chair. 

Anniversary of The Commission on Town and Country Work: The anni- 
versary of the Commission on Town and Country Work was observed with i 
R. E. Walston, Vice-Chairman, presiding. E. G. Purcell, Jr. led the con- 
gregation in the singing of Hymns of Wesley. W. A. Tew read the scripture 
and led in prayer. Ralph Epps introduced Glenn F. Sanford, Superintend- 
ent, Department of Town and Country Work, Division of National Missions, 
Board of Missions, who addressed the conference using as his topic, "The 
Group Ministry." 

Reports Nos. 4, 1, and 2 of the Commission were presented by Key : 
Taylor. They were adopted. 

Report No. 3 was presented by Key Taylor with an addition to the report. 
It was adopted. 

Mr. Taylor presented Reports Nos. 5, 6, and 7 of the Commission and , 
they were adopted. 

Report No. 8 of the Commission was made by Key Taylor with an ■ 
amendment to paragraph 4 regarding minimum salary stated thus: "Under 
Nos. 1, 2, and 3 following the word 'pastors' insert the words 'except non- j 
approved supply pastors'." , 

R. G. Dawson spoke to the report on minimum salary opposing the 
new plan. i 

M. W. Lawrence made the motion that Report No. 8 of the Commission ' 
on Town and Country Work dealing with minimum salary be deleted. He , 
spoke to the report. i 

Key Taylor offered an amendment to M. W. Lawrence's motion asking 
that Report No. 8 of the Commission be referred to the new Minimum 
Salary Commission being set up. M. W. Lawrence accepted the amendment 
to the motion. It was adopted. 

Board of Trustees: H. I. Glass, Secretary, gave the report of the Confer- i 
ence Board of Trustees. It was adopted. (See Reports). 

Committee on Minutes: J. D. Young reported that the minutes of Tues- 
day afternoon's session had been examined and were found correct. The 
report was accepted. 

Question 37: "Who have been transferred out?" was called. The answer 
was: Carroll Howell Beale, Lawrence Alvin Bursch, Jerry Akin Means, 
George E. Pingle, Jr., Edwin W. Rogers, John Hardy Sutton, Jr. j 



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Special Appointments: Bishop Garber requested approval of the follow- 
ing special appointments: 

Robert L. Nicks, Superintendent of the Methodist Home for Children. 

A. D. L. Gray, Superintendent of the Oxford Masonic Orphanage. 

J. F. Coble, Superintendent of Methodist Retirement Homes, Inc. 

C. S. McCoy, Professor, University of Florida. 

Brooks Waggoner, Director of Admissions, Trinity College, Duke Uni- 
vesity. 

Joel Savell, Resident Advisor, University of Florida. 

J. D. Andrews, Secretary, Peace Education, America Friends Committee. 
They were approved. 

Candler School of Theology: Bishop Garber introduced G. Ross Free- 
man, who brought greetings from the Candler School of Theology at Emory 
University. 

Special Consideration: J. E. Garlington spoke to the conference concern- 
ing the crisis confronting Sunset Park Church, Wilmington. Pledge cards 
were passed to the members of the conference and individual pledges were 
made. 

Commission on World Service and Finance: Gurney P. Hood, Presi- 
•dent, presented C. D. Barclift, Secretary, who gave Report No. 1 of the 
Commission on World Service and Finance. He moved that it be adopted. 

G. C. Megill made the motion that Pargaraph 8 on page 3 of Report No. 
1 of the Commission on World Service and Finance be deleted and he 
offered an amendment to the report. It was seconded. He spoke to the 
report. 

Gurney P. Hood spoke against the amendment. 

C. L. Warren spoke against the amendment. 

G. C. Megill agreed that the last part of the amendment be removed. 

j. E. Garlington spoke against the amendment. 

The amendment was rejected. Report No. 1 of the Commission on World 
Service and Finance was adopted (See Reports). 

, Report No. 2 of the Commission on World Service and Finance was pre- 
isented by C. D. Barclift. Drury W. Wall offered an amendment to the re- 
port as it related to the handling of Investment Funds regarding the holding 
of stock with The R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company by the World Service 
and Finance Commission (See Amendments, Section IV, Part 5). 

C. D. Barclift spoke for the Commission accepting the amendment. 

C. S. McCoy moved that the paragraph of Report No. 2 of the Commis- 
sion on World Service and Finance which reads "We respectfully ask con- 
ference approval and acceptance of the charter of the corporation" be 
deleted. G. P. Hood spoke to the motion. The motion prevailed. The report 
was adopted as amended (See Reports). 

i Resolution of Appreciation for Faithful Service: C. D. Barclift read a 
'resolution expressing appreciation of the faithful service of Gurney P. 
Hood for twenty-five years on the Commission of World Service and 
Finance. The resolution was adopted by a rising vote (This resolution fol- 
lows Report of Commission on World Service and Finance). 

Bishop Garber spoke to the resolution. 

Mr. Hood spoke words of appreciation. 

Motion: H. L. Swain made a motion that the Bishop and Secretary of this 
jonference draft an appropriate certificate capable of being framed and 



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present it to Gurney P. Hood for his long time of service on this Commission. 
It was adopted. 

Report No. 3 of The Commission on World Service and Finance: CD. 
Barclift presented Report No. 3 of the Commission on World Service and 
Finance. 

G. C. Megill, G. W. Blount, and G. P. Hood spoke to the report. 

C. P. Morris spoke to the report and made the motion that all reference 
to Louisburg College in this report be deleted. 

G. P. Hood and H. G. Ruark spoke against the motion. 

E, L. Earnhardt spoke in favor of the motion. 

A. P. Brantley spoke in favor of the motion. 

G. W. Blount made an amendment to the motion by Mr. Morris that 
if it would delay tlie program of Louisburg College that it be included 
in the drive and be given its apportionment after the study is made by the 
Committee on Long Range Planning. 

Cecil W. Robbins, President of Louisburg College, spoke to the motion 
giving the needs and requests of Louisburg College. 

H. L. Swain spoke against the motion. 

H. G, Ruark asked that Sam B. Underwood, Jr., who was not a registered 
delegate, be granted permission to speak to the conference. 

Announcement: L. C. Vereen was recognized for a privileged matter. 

Discussion of Motion on Floor Continued: Sam B. Underwood, Jr., a 
member of the Board of Trustees of Louisburg College, spoke against the 
motion. 

Bishop Garber asked that this matter be deferred until the afternoon 
session following the Anniversary of the Board of Evangelism. This was 
approved. 

Anniversary of the Board of Temperance: The anniversary of the Board 
of Temperance was observed with Gale K. Burgess, President, presiding. He 
gave the report of the Board of Temperance. D. W. Charlton gave amend- 
ments to the report. The report was adopted as amended. The address was ■. 
delivered by Bishop Ralph S. Cushman. i 

Announcements: L. C. Vereen made the necessary announcements. < 

Benediction: Bishop Cushman pronounced the benediction. 

THrao Day, Afternoon Session j 

June 27, 1956 1 

Opening: The Conference convened at 3:00 p.m. wdth Bishop Garber in 
the chair. 

Anniversary of the Board of Evangelism: The anniversary of the Board 
of Evangelism was observed with M. C. Dunn, president, presiding. A hymn, 
"I Love Thy Kingdom, Lord," was sung, followed by a responsive reading. , 
D. J. Reid, secretary of the Board of Evangelism, led in prayer. Mrs. Allison 
Hearne Moss sang "The Lord Is My Light." M. C. Dunn introduced Dr. G. 
Ray Jordan, professor of Homiletics and Chapel Preacher, Candler School 
of Theology, Emory University, who delivered the address for the Board^ 
of Evangelism. I 

The report of the Board of Evangelism was presented by C. J. Andrews.! 
It was adopted (See Reports). j 



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Commission on World Service and Finance: Consideration of Report No. 
3 of the Commission on World Service and Finance was resumed, from the 
morning session. D. D. Holt spoke. The amendment under consideration 
was voted on. It did not pass. Report No. 3 was adopted. 

Radio and Film Commission: The Report of the Radio and Film Com- 
mission was presented by W. C. Walton. It was adopted (See Reports). 

Conference Treasurer: The report of the Conference treasurer was given 
by Marvin J Cowell (See Reports). 

Advance Committee: The Report of the Advance Committee was pre- 
sented by W. C. Ball. It was adopted (See Reports). 

Duke Endowment: The report of the Duke Endowment was presented 
b\' W. O. Petty, Jr., for the information of the conference. 

Ministers Credit Union: The report of the Ministers Credit Union was 
presented by R. E. Walston for the information of the Conference. 

Conference Calendar of Work: M. W. Maness, chairman of the com- 
mittee on Conference Calendar of Work, made the report for the commit- 
tee. It was adopted (See Report). 

Conference Relations: H. B. Lewis reported for the Committee on Con- 
ference Relations. His report was adopted (See Reports). 

Long-Range Planning Committee: C. D. Barclift reported for the Long- 
Range Planning Committee. It was adopted (See Reports). 

World Peace: J. Paul Edwards presented the report of the Commission 
on World Peace. D. W. Charlton offered amendments to the report relative 
to sending a representative to the World Affairs Institute at Blue Ridge in 
ful\ ; the other, a recommendation that a program of world peace be 
nitiated through the United Nations. William Jefferies offered an amend- 
;nent. These were adopted. The report was adopted, with amendments (See 
Reports). 

Greetings: Bishop Garber read a letter of greetings from Mrs. Patty 
Dimmette Townsley, missionary to the Belgian Congo. C. D. Barclift made 
a motion that greetings be sent to her and her husband from the conference. 
The motion carried. 

Minutes: J. D. Young presented the report from the Committee on Min- 
ites for the previous evening session. They were adopted. 

Registration: J. A. Auman gave the report of official registration as fol- 
ows: clerical, 434; lay, 229; special, 19; total registered, 682. 

Benediction: L. C. Vereen pronounced the benediction to close the 
ifternoon session. 

Third Day, Evening Session 

Wednesday, June 27, 1956 

Opening: The Conference convened at 7:30 p.m. with Bishop Garber in 
he chair. 

Nominations: Bishop Garber presented to the conference the Nomina- 
ions of Members for the Committees and Boards of the North Carolina 
\nnual Conference, 1956-1960. He made substitutions and announcements 
concerning the convening of the Committees and Boards. W. M. Howard, 
'r. moved that the nominations be adopted. W. C. Ball seconded it. They 
vere adopted. 



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Anniversary of Board of Lay Activities: Bishop Garber paid tribute to 
W. Jasper Smith, Conference Lay Leader, who for many years has efficiently 
served the conference as Conference Lay Leader. The Anniversary of the 
Board of Lay Activities was observed with W. Jasper Smith presiding. After 
the call to worship the hymn, "O For a Thousand Tongues to Sing" was 
sung. Sam B. Underwood, Jr., Associate Lay Leader, led in prayer. The 
anthem, "Psalm 150" was sung by the choir. 

Special Presentation: S. B. Underwood asked C. W. Everett to escort 
Mrs. W. Jasper Smith to the platform. A check to be used as a scholarship 
and an arrangement of roses were presented to Mr. and Mrs. Smith by the 
Board of Lay Activities expressing gratitude for his many years of service. 
Mr. Smith spoke words of thanks. 

The report of the Board of Lay Activities was presented by Mr. Smith 
and it was adopted. Mr. Smith read the list of nominations for offices to the 
Board of Lay Activities. They were elected as follows: Conference Lay 
Leader and Chairman, J. Nelson Gibson, Jr.; Vice-Chairman and Associate 
Conference Lay Leader, A. C. Edwards; Secretary, Roy Turnage, Jr.; 
Treasurer, Terry Sanford. 

Mr, Smith introduced the newly elected Conference Lay Leader, J. Nel- 
son Gibson, Jr., of Gibson. He gave the nominations of the District Lay 
Leaders and Associate District Lay Leaders. They were elected (See Nomi- 
nations). 

Resolution: W. Jasper Smith presented a resolution adopted at the last 
session of the Board of Lay Activities asking for the return of Bishop and 
Mrs. Paul N. Garber to this conference for the next quadrennium. He asked 
that this resolution be adopted by the conference. It was adopted (See Reso- 
lutions). 

Personal Message: W. Jasper Smith spoke personal words to the confer- 
ence relative to his years as Conference Lay Leader. 

Address: Mr. Smith introduced Dr. Norman L. Trott, President, West- 
minster Theological Seminary, v/ho delivered the address for the Board of 
Lay Activities. 

Nominations: M. O. Fletcher nominated Andrew Bailey, of Elizabeth 
City, to the Board of Education in the place of N. H. Shope. 

O. L. Hathaway nominated Henry E. Gibbons, of Hamlet, to the Board 
of Evangelism in the place of J. N. Gibson, Jr. 

Resolution: H. L. Swain presented a resolution relative to the long time 
service of the men who are retiring from the Board of Lay Activities. It 
was adopted. (See Resolutions). 

Announcements: L. C. Vereen made announcements. 

Benediction: Bishop Garber pronounced the benediction. 

Fourth Day, Morning Session 

Thursday, June 28, 1956 

Opening: The conference convened at 8:30 a.m. with Bishop Garber in 
the chair. 

Love Feast: The Annual Love Feast was held, with W. A. Cade, presid- 
ing. Assisting in the service were B. T. Hurley, M. Y. Self, W. H. Brown, 
F. S. Love, and E. W. Downum. 



Journal of Proceedings 69 

Announcement: Conference Secretary and W. M. Howard made an- 
nouncements. 

Minutes: J. D. Young reported for the Committee on Minutes. They were 
approved. 

Appreciation: Bishop Garber called Dr. J. D. Messick, President of East 
Carolina College, to the platform. He expressed appreciation to him for the 
services rendered and for his hospitality at this conference session. Dr. Mes- 
sick responded. 

Motion: M. C. Henderson moved that the Conference Secretary send 
ureetings to John Cline. It was ordered. 

Anniversary of Board of Hospitals and Homes: The anniversary of the 
I Board of Hospitals and Homes was observed, with A. L. Thompson, presi- 
jdent, presiding. M. S. McKibben spoke relative to the Hospital Care Asso- 
jciation. F. D. Hedden spoke concerning the Methodist Home for Children, 
[j. F. Coble spoke relative to the Methodist Retirement Home, Inc. He then 
'introduced Dr. Russell Dicks, who addressed the Conference. The reports 
of the Board were given by Sidney Boone. 

Report No. 1 was adopted. 

Report No. 2 was adopted. 

Report No 3 was adopted. 

Report No. 4 was adopted. 

Methodist Colleee Foundation: D. D. Holt spoke representing the Meth- 
odist College Foundation. 

Methodist Board of Publications: A. J. Hobbs presented the report of 
jthe Methodist Board of Publications. He introduced the North Carolina 
■Christian Advocate editor, R. P. Marshall. 

Announcements: Bishop Garber asked for announcements by L. C. 
\>reen. 

The Advocate editor then addressed the Conference. The report of the 
Methodist Board of Publications was adopted. A. J. Hobbs moved that 
Dr. R. P. Marshall be made an honorary member of the North Carolina 
Conference. The motion was seconded and it was carried. 

Minutes: J. D. Young made report of the Committee on Minutes. It was 
approved. 

Greetings from the Woman's Socity of Christian Service: Bishop Garber 
presented Mrs. Pierce Johnson, President of the Conference Woman's So- 
ciety of Christian Service, who spoke to the conference, representing the 
women. 

Board of Social and Economic Relations: The report of the Board of 
Social and Economic Relations was presented by J. T. Maides. It was 
adopted. 

Report of Statistician: D. D. Traynham, conference statistician, presented 
■the condensed statistical report. 

Gratitude: Bishop Garber called A. J. Walton to the platform. He ex- 
pressed appreciation for the help received in our conference from the Duke 
(Endowment. Dr. Walton then spoke to the conference. 

Special Appointment: The Bishop asked for special appointment of 
C. R. Gatlin to serve as Secretary, Child Labor Welfare Committee of New 
fYork City. The appointment was approved. 



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Nominations: The following men were nominated to the Board of Min- 
isterial Training and Qualifications: J. D. Young, W. B. Petteway, W. L. 
Freeman, Carl Barbee, H. L. Watson. 

Disciplinary Questions: Bishop Garber called the Conference Secretary 
to answer certain disciplinary questions (See Condensed Minutes). 

Resolution: M. O. Fletcher offered a resolution concerning property of 
Harrell's Church, Gatesville Charge (See Resolutions). 

Board of Pensions: W. R. Stevens made supplementary report for the 
Board of Pensions. It was adopted. 

Announcements: Announcements were made by L. C. Vereen. 

Communications: The Conference Secretary announced communications 
expressing greetings, from Daniel Lane, H. E. Spence, Mrs. J. M. Culbreth, 
Mrs. L. E. Sawyer, Mrs. J. H. McCracken, Mrs. W. C. Shaw, Mrs. W. A. 
Parsons. 

Benediction: Sidney Boone pronounced the benediction to close the 
morning session. 

FoLTRTH Day, Afternoon Session 

Thursday, June 28, 1956 

Ooeninff: The conference convened at 3:00 p.m. with Bishop Garber in 
the chair. The praver was then led bv C. D. Nelson, a secretarv of the Na- 
tional Council of Churches of Christ in America. He then spoke to the 
Conference concerning the nature of his work. 

Anniversary of Historical Societv: The anniversary of the Historical So- 
cietv was observed with Paul Carruth, president, presiding. The hvmn, 
"F?iith of Our Fathers," was suns. The prayer was led bv R. E. Walston. 
The nresident oresented the report of the Society. It was adopted. D Stew- 
art Patterson, General Secrpt^rv, Methodist Commission on Camp Activities, 
delivered the anniversary address. 

Announcement: W. M. Howard made an announcement. 

Miss AnfTie Gaskins sang "O Divine Redeemer." 

Di.«b*ict Conference Records: J. K. Bostick presented the report of the 
Committee rn District Conference Records. It was adopted. 

Church Fvtension Survey Committee: T. A. Collins made the report of 
the Church Extension Survev Committee. It was adopted. 

Committee on Pictorial Directory: Kelly Wilson presented the report of 
the Committee on Pictorial Directory. It was adopted. 

Board of Lay Activities: S. B. Underwood presented, without reading, 
the hst of the members of the Methodist College Foundation. It was 
adopted. 

Commission on World Service and Finance: C. D. Barclift presented 
section of report No. 2 of the Commission on World Service and Finance 
dealing with the charter of Methodist Fund, Incorporated. He read the 
chapter. It was adopted. Thus the section dealing wth the charter in 
report No. 2 was adopted. 

Question 52: "What changes have been made in appointments since the 
last Annual Conference session?" was called. V. E. Queen presented the 
list. It was adopted without reading. 



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Moving date: V. E. Queen read recommendation that moving date be 
Friday, July 6. It was adopted. 

District Committees on Ministerial Qualifications: V. E. Queen pre- 
sented list of District Committees on Ministerial Qualifications. It was 
adopted without reading. 

District Boards of Church Buildings and Locations: V. E. Queen pre- 
sented list of District Boards of Church Buildings and Locations. It was 
adopted without reading. 

Quadrennial Commission on Higher Education: V. E. Queen made the 
motion that the Quadrennial Commission on Hif^her Education authorized 
bv the 1956 Ceneral Conference be composed of the followine: (1) Board of 
Education- (2) Cabinet: (3) Twenty members at large to be elected by the 
Board of Education. The motion was carried. 

Vacancies on Boards: V. E. Oueen made nominations for vacancies on 
Conference Boards. The nominations were approved. 

Resolution: C. P. Morris presented resolution concerning Quadrennial 
Commission on Worship. It was adopted (See Resolutions). 
I ResoKiHon: O. K. Tnofram presented resolution to f^ive Mrs. E. L. Hill- 
man, member of the Ceneral Commission on World Service and Finance, 
privilege to sit in on the Conference Commission on World Service and 
Finance as a resource person, without vote. It was adopted. 

Announcements: Bishop Garber and W. C. Wilson made announcements. 

Benediction: M. K. Glover gave the benediction. 

Fourth Day, Evening Session 

Thursday, June 28, 1956 

Openinff: The Conference convened at 7:00 p.m. with Bishop Garber in 
the chair. Bishop Garber sfave the call to worship. The hvmn "All Praise 
to Our Redeeming Lord" was sung, followed by The Apostle's Creed. The 
Anthem "Open Our Eyes" was rendered by the choir of St. Tames Church, 
Tarboro. The Scripture reading and prayer were given by J. F. Herbert. 

Committee on Resolutions: Leon Couch gave the report for the Com- 
mittee on Resolutions. It was adopted. 

Offering: The offering was received for the janitor of The Wright Audi- 
torium. 

The hymn "Let Zion's Watchmen All Awake" was sung. The ordination 
sermon was brought by Dr. Norman L. Trott, president of Westminster 

reolgoical Seminary. 
Consecration of Directors of Christian Education: Bishop Garber con- 
secrated Nancy Elizabeth Wike, Mrs. Gertrude Cross Jones, and (in absen- 
itia) Miss Jewel Anne Jones. They were presented by E. B. Fisher. 
\ Ordination of Deacons: The Conference Secretary called the names of 
those to be ordained deacons. They were ordained by Bishop Garber. (For 
^he names of those ordained deacons, see Question 31, Condensed Minutes). 
I Ordination of Elders: The Conference Secretary called the names of 
those to be ordained elders. They were ordained by Bishop Garber, assisted 



72 North Carolina Annual Conference 

by the District Superintendents, Dr. Norman L. Trott, W. M. Howard, and 
Leon Couch. (For the names of those ordained elders, see Question 33, Con- 
densed Minutes.) 

The anthem "The Omnipotence" was rendered by the combined choirs. 

Question 53: "Where are the preachers stationed for the ensuing year?" 
was called. Bishop Garber read the oppointments (See Appointments). 

Benediction: After the singing of one stanza of "God Be With You Till 
We Meet Again," Bishop Garber pronounced the benediction, and the 1956 
session of the Annual Conference was concluded. 



QaJiXtidAjU^ 



President 



/j^.(^AS^)^x>iu-^ 



Secretan/ 



The Committee on Daily Minutes has examined the Minutes of all 
;sion! 
proved. 



sessions of the Annual Conference of 1956, and they are correct an d ap- 



ROBERT W. BRADSHAW 
EUGENE G. PURCELL, JR. 
J. D. YOUNG 
Committee on Minutes 



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CERTIFICATE OF ORDINATION 

This is to certify that in the auditorium of East CaroHna College, 
Greenville, North Carolina, on Thursday evening, June 28, 1956, 
following the ordination sermon by the Reverend Norman L. Trott, 
I ordained the following preachers of the North Carolina Annual 
Conference to the oflRce of deacon in the Methodist Church: 



Gordon Edmond Allen 
William Ray Bailey 
Rene Orville Bideaux 
Arthur Lewis Brandenburg 
Paul Gray Bunn 
Hyder Ferguson Crawley 
Simeon Foster Cummings 
W. S. Davenport 
Edgar Vernon Dunn 
William Everette Eason, Jr. 
James Sidney Epperson 
Horace Stanford Garris 
Joseph Conrad Glass, Jr. 
Robert Marriner Gradeless 
Rembert Charles Hamilton, Jr. 
Robert Carroll Hastings 
Earl Erwin Henly, Jr. 
Hughling Brockway Jones 
Arnold Kimsey King, Jr. 
John D. Long 



Auburn William Lore 

Robert Hugh Love 

William Phiffer Lowdermilk 

William Franklin Meacham 

Dan E. Meadows 

Jerry Akin Means 

Henry Arthur Phillips, Jr. 

Thomas Arnold Pope 

Robert McDonald Poulk 

William Kellon Quick 

John Edwards Reed, Sr. 

Robert Everett Rhodes 

Jesse Cloman Staton 

Emerson McLean Thompson, Jr. 

Aaron Grandison Tyson 

David Morrell Tyson 

Vernon Cephus Tyson 

Franklin Odell Walker 

Paul Harris Wragg 



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CERTIFICATE OF ORDINATION 

This is to certify that in the auditorium of East CaroHna College, 
Greenville, North Carolina, on Thursday evening, June 28, 1956 
following the ordination sermon by the Reverend Norman L. Trott, 
and with the assistance of the district superintendents I ordained 
the following preachers of the North Carolina Annual Conference to 
the office of elder in the Methodist Church: 

WilHam Warren Bishop 
Robert Stewart Brodie 
Paul Casto Browning 
Albert Dewitt Byrd, Jr. 
Wilham Oliver Connor 
John Hammond Crum 
Lewis Albert Dillman 
Albert Fleet Fisher 
Charles Franklin Grill, Jr. 
Herbert Morehouse Jamieson 
Wilson Sharpe Lambert 
Pearce Hudson Layfield 
John William Pfister 
Charles Donald Roettger 
William Albright Seawell, Sr. 
William Welby Sherman, Jr. 
Harmon Lee Smith, Jr. 
Arthur Lewis Green Stephenson 
William Brantley Starnes 
John Hardy Sutton, Jr. 
Robert Wallace 
Edgar Earl Whitley 
Frank Edward Weir 



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Journal of Proceedings 75 

CONDENSED MINUTES 



The Business of the Annual Conference 

The Minutes of the North Carohna Annual Conference held in Greenville, North 
Carolina from June 25th, 1956, through June 28th, 1956, Bishop Paul Neff Garber, 
presiding. 

Part I. Organization and General Business 

1. Who are elected for the quadrennium (11630 §3, 11790): 
Secretary? W. Carleton Wilson, P. O. Box 630, Tarboro, N. C. 
Statistician? D. D. Traynham, Jackson, North Carolina. 

Treasurer? Marvin J. Cowell, P. O. Box 10344, Cameron Village, Raleigh, N. C. 

2. Is the Annual Conference incorporated? (11625.) No. 

3. a) What officers handling funds of the conference have been bonded, and in what 
amounts? (11637 §3.) The Conference Treasurer in tlie amount of $100,000.00. 

b) Have the books of said officers of persons been audited? (11637 §3.) Yes. 

4. Have the boards, coniinissions, or committees been appointed or elected (11630) 

a) Board of Ministerial Training and QuaUfications? Yes. 

b) Committee on Conference Relations? Yes. 

c) District Committees on Ministerial Qualifications? Yes. 

d) Committee of Investigation? Yes. 

e) District Boards of Location and Building? Yes. 

f) Board of Trustees of the Annual Conference? Yes. 

g) Conference Commission on World Service and Finance? Yes. 
h) Town and Country Commission? Yes. 

i) Conference Deaconess Board? Yes. 

j) Conference Board of Missions? Yes. 

k) Conference Board of Education? Yes. 

1) Conference Boajd of Temperance? Yes. 

m) Conference Board of Lay Activities? Yes. 

n) Conference Board of Hospitals and Homes? Yes. 

o) Conference Board of Evangelism? Yes. 

p) Board of Conference Pensions? Yes. 

q) Commission on Christian Vocations? Yes. 

r) Conference Woman's Society of Christian Service? Yes. 

s) Committee on Proportional Payment of Ministerial Support? Yes. 

t) Other committees, commissions, or boards? Yes. 

5. Have the secretaries, treasurers, and statisticians kept their respective records upon 
and according to the forms prescribed by The Methodist Church? (11637 §2.) Yes. 

6. What are the reports of the district superintendents as to the status of the work 
within their districts? (See supplementary Report) 

T. What is the schedule for minimum support for pastors? (11826.) $3,000, single; $3,300 

married; $3,600 married with children. 
S. What is the plan and what are the approved claims for the support of the district 

superintendents for the ensuing year? (1111801-2.) A sum equal to 5 1/2% of current 

pastor's salary. 
9. What amount has been apportioned to the pastoral charges within the conference 

to be raised for the support of conference claimants? An amount equal to 16% of 

pastors salary and associate pasters salary under episcopal appointment. 

0. What are the apportionments transmitted by the Council on World Service and 
Finance to this conference: 

a) For World Service? $143,342. 

b) For Episcopal Fund? 2%^ of Pastors Salaries. 

c) For General Administration Fund? $8,070. 

d) For Interdenomination Cooperative Fund? $6,389. 

1. \Vhat amount is apportioned to this conference for the Jurisdictional Administration 
Fund? $9,906. 



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12. What are the reports, recommendations, and plans of the boards of the conference: 
See reports. 

a) What is the report of the Board of Conference Claimants, and what appropriations 
for conference claimants are reported and approved? (111623.) See reports. 

b) What is the report of the Conference Board of Missions of disbursements of 
missionary aid within the conference? (11111295-99.) See reports. 

c) What is the report of the Commission on World Service and Finance (1111791-809.) 
See reports. 

d) What is the report of the Commission on Christian Vocations? (11643.) See reports. 

e) What are the other reports? See reports. 

13. What Methodist institutions or organizations are approved by the conference for 
annuity responsibility? (111618 §2c, 11.) The Methodist Home for Children, Inc., 
Raleigh, N. C, The N. C. Christian Advocate, Greensboro, N. C. 

14. What date is determined for Golden Cross enrollment? (§1569.) 

15. a) Who is elected conference lay leader (111504.) J- Nelson Gibson, Jr., Gibson, N. C. 

b) What is his report? See Report. 

c) Who are elected district and associate district lay leaders? (111509.) (See com- 
plete roster Board of Lay Activities, — under "Quadrennial Boards and Commis- 
sions" Section II) 

Part II. Pertaining to Ministerial Relations 

16. Are all the ministerial members of the Conference blameless in their life and official 
administration? Yes. 

17. Who constitute the Conference Committee of Investigation? (11931.) George Blount; 
C. E. Vale, L. A. Tilley, J. P. Pegg; J. M. Cline; R. Z. Newton; R. L. Bame; T. 
R. Jenkins 

18. Who are the approved supply pastors? (11315.) (See Roll, "Record of Service, Ap- 
proved Supply Pastors," following "Preachers on Trial," Section II) 

19 What approved supply pastors now under full-time appointment are taking the 
conference course of study: 

a) In the first year? E. W. Bailey; J. H. Bailey; L. C. Bissette; James Bryant; 
Douglas Byrd; N. H. Bvrd; W. R. Frost; W. N. Fulford; H. E. Gibat; R. D. Ricks 
Jr.; L. R. Sparrow; Clyde L. White; D. F. Wiggins. 

b) In the second year? R. R. Blankenhorn: W. E. Eason; J. J. Grimes; Henry 
Hicks III; Vassar W. Jones; George M. Kelly; Jackie Locklear; B. R. McCuUen; 
Leonard E. Mayo; Sam S. Moore; W. C. Teachey. 

c) In the third year? Gordon Allen; H. F. Crawley; W. S. Davenport; Edgar V. 
Dunn; R. G. Foster; R. C. Hamilton, Jr.; H. B. Jones; J. D. Long; Dan E. Meadows; 
R. M. Poulk; A. C. Regan; D. M. Tyson; W. D. Wise. 

d) In the fourth year? R. M. Gradeless, John E. Wood. 

20. What approved supply pastors are credited with annuity claim on account of full- 
time service during the past year? (TII631.) See report of Board of Pensions. 

21. What preachers, coming from other churches, have had their orders recognized 
(11411): As local deacons? No one. 

As local elders? No one. 

22. Who have been received from other churches as traveling preachers: 

a) As members on trial: Deacons? No one. Elders? No one. 

b) As members in full connection: Deacons? No one. Elders? No one. 

23. Who are received on trial: 

a) In studies of the first year? No one. 

b) In studies of the third year under the seminary rule? No one. 

c) Exempt from course of study under the seminary rule? William Ray Bailey, 
Robert Lee Baldridge, Lawrence Alvin Bursch, James Sidney Epperson, Robert : 
Carroll Hastings, Arnold Kimsey King, Robert Hugh Love, William Phiffer Lowder- 
milk, Jerry Aiken Means, Henry Arthur Phillips, Jr., Thomas Arnold Pope, John • 
Edward Reed, Robert Everett Rhodes, Emerson McLean Thompson, Vernon Cephas i 
Tyson. 



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-14. who are continued on trial: 

a) Continued in studies of the first year? Holconibe Guice McCloud, Charles Hall 
iMewborne, William Kellon Quick, Edward Amon Stevens, Neil Howard Thompson, 
Joseph Allan Wagnon, James Graham White, Jr. 

b) Advanced to studies of the second year? Holland Luther Hale, John Thomas 
Smith. 

c) L>ontinued in studies of the third year? Donald Edward Collins, Harvey Bynum 
Johnson, William Franklin Meacham, Jesse Cloman Staton, Charles Wesley Wooten. 

d) Exempt from course of study under the seminary rule? James David Andrews (D), 
Elhs Jennings Bedsworth (D), Rene Orville Bideaux (D), Paul Grayson Bunn (D), 
William Andrew Cheyne, Joseph Conrad Glass, Jr. (D), James William Goodwin (D), 
Earl Erwin Henley, Jr., John Sanders Pearsall (D), William Kellon Quick (D), James 
Perry Rickards (E), Robin Jerome Scroggs (D), James Braxton Speight (D), Rufus 
Haywood Stark H, Walter Eugene Tisdale (D), Vernon Cephus Tyson (D), Franklin 
Odell Walker (D), Paul Harris Wragg (D). 

25. Who on trial are discontinued? James Leon McAllister. 

26. Who are admitted into full connection? William Warren Bishop, John Hammond 
Crum, Albert Fleet Fisher, Pearce Hudson Layfield, John Henry Parrish, James 
Perry Rickards, Garry Shelton, John Hardy Sutton, Jr., William Welby Sherman, 
Jr., Frank Edward Weir. 

27. What full members are in studies: 

a) Of the third year? Wilfong Waldron Clark, Jr., Samuel Gordon Dodson, Jr., 
Albert Notley Gore, Robert Norman Knight. 

b) Of the fourth year? William Hoyt Cheek, James Richard Couchman, Edwin Lee 
Earnhardt, William Martm Ellis, James Winfred Hamilton. 

28. What full members have failed to complete the studies (11346): 
a) Of the third year? Grady Herman Whicker. 

)}) Of the fourth year? James Lawrence Bridgers, James Richard Couchman, James 
Russell Hailey, James Winfred Hamilton, Amos Henry Stone. 

29. What full members have completed the studies of the fourth year? Samuel Earl 
Landers, Alton Pugh Hill, Walter Clarence Feltman. 

oO. Who have been elected deacons: 

a) As local preachers? Edgar Vernon Dunn, Robert Marriner Gradeless, Charles 
Hamilton, Jr. 

b) As members on trial in the course of study? Simeon Foster Cummings, WiUiam 
Franklin Meacham, Jesse Cloman Staton, Aaron Grandison Tyson. 

c) Under the senunary rule? William Ray Bailey, Rene Orville Bideaux, Paul Gray- 
son Bunn, James Sidney Epperson, Horace Stanford Garris, Joseph Comad Glass, 
Jr., Robert Carroll Hastings, Earl Erwin Henly, Jr., Arnold Kimsey King, Jr., Auborn 
William Lore, Robert Hugh Love, William Phitfer Lowdermilk, Jerry Aiken Means, 
Henry Arthur Phillips, Jr., Thomas Arnold Pope, William Kellon Quick, John Ed- 
ward Reed, Robert Everett Rhodes, Jr., Emerson McLean Thompson, Vernon 
Cephus Tyson, Franklin Odell Walker, Paul Harris Wragg. 

d) Under the missionary rule? No one. 

31. Who have been ordained deacons? See official certification following Condensed 
Minutes, Section HI.) 

32. Who have been elected elders: 

a) As local preachers? No one. 

b) As local deacons who have been received on trial? No one. 

c) As conference members in the course of study? Lewis Albert Dillman, Albert 
Dewitt Byrd, Jr., Herbert Morehouse Jamieson, William Albright Seawell, Arthur 
Lewis Green Stephenson, Edgar Earl Whitley. 

d) Under the seminary rule? William Warren Bishop, Robert Stewart Brodie, Paul 
Casto Browning, John Hammond Crum, Albert Fleet Fisher, Charles Franklin Grill, 
Wilson Sharpe Lambert, Pearce Hudson Layfield, John William Pfister, Charles 
Donald Roettger, William Welby Sherman, Harmon Lee Smith, WiUiam Brantley 
Starnes, John Hardy Sutton, Jr., Robert Wallace, Frank Edward Weir. 

33. Who have been ordained elders? (See official certification following Condensed 
Minutes, Section HI.) 



78 North Carolina Annual Conference 

34. Relative to accommodation transfers for ordination and reception: j 

a) What members of this conference have been transferred out for purposes oi '•] 
ordination only: (1) As deacons? No one. (2) As elders? Julius O. Jernigan, Puerto ' 
Rico Prov., Jan. 23, 1956; C. C. Caudill, Puerto Rico Prov., Jan. 23, 1956. i 

b) Who have been transferred in, having been ordained elsewhere: (1) As deacons? j 
No one. (2) As elders? Julius O. Jernigan, Puerto Rica Prov., Feb. 2, 1956; C. C. '; 
Caudill, Puerto Rica Prov., Feb. 2, 1956. | 

c) Who are transferred in, and from what conferences, for purposes of ordination :' 
only, such ordination to be voted by this conference: (1) As deacons? No one. (2) As ;! 
elders? No one. ■ 

d) Who have been ordained here, such ordination having been voted by another i 
conference: (1) As deacons? No one. (2) As elders? No one. i 

e) Who have transferred out, and to what conferences, after ordination: (1) As !| 
deacons? No one. (2) As elders? No one. ! 

f) Who have been received on trial at the request of another conference? No one. 

g) Who have been transferred out, having been received on trial, and to what con- i 
ferences? Garry Shelton. I 
h) Who have been transferred in, to be received into full connection after election by jj 
another conference? Garry Shelton. ■ 
i) Who having been transferred out, having been received into full connection after :| 
election by another conference? No one. 

j) Who on trial have been transferred out, to be received into full coimection by 
another conference? No one. 

k) Who have been transferred in after having been received into full connection by 
another conference? No one. 

35. Who are readmitted: As deacons? No one. As elders? No one. '■ 

36. Who have been received by transfer? Paul Browning, West Virginia, June 11, 1956; ii 
Ernest E. Edmond, New York, May 28, 1956; E. M. Gitlin, St. Louis, October 1, ] 
1955; William Mac Jefferies, Virginia, June 1, 1956; J. F. Minnis, Bombay, June 1, j 
1956; G. Nelson Moore. New Jersey, September 24, 1955; George W. Ports, Jr., 
Virginia, June 1, 1956; Leon W. Ross, Virginia, June 11, 1956; William W. Sher- 
man, Jr., Baltimore, April 6, 1956; Thomas Hoyle Swofford, Jr., Western North 
Carolina, October 1, 1955; James H. Warren, North Alabama, September 18, 
1955; Sheldon Wolf, Northwest Texas, May 23, 1956. 

37. Who have been transferred out? Carroll Howell Beale, Virginia, June 28, 1956; 
Herman Faye Bennett, Virginia, February 1, 1956; John R. Blue, St. Louis, May 
28, 1956; Lawrence Alvin Bursch, Wyoming, June 28, 1956; R. E. Couch, Virginia, 
June 11, 1956; L. J. Futch, Louisiana, June 28, 1956; J. E. Hodges, Virginia, June 1, ' 
1956; Paul D. Houston, West Virginia, June 5, 1956; Jerry Aiken Means, Louisiana, 
June 28, 1956; George E. Pingle, Jr., North Iowa, June 22, 1956; Richard N. Rob- 
ertson, North Alabama, January 1, 1956; Edwin W. Rogers, South Carolina, June >; 
28, 1956; John Hardy Sutton, Jr., Holston, June 28, 1956; James H. Waldrop, Jr., ; 
Western North CaroHna, June 25, 1956. 

38. Who have had their conference membership terminated: 

a) By voluntary location? No one. 

b) By involuntary- location? No one. 

c) By withdrawal? No one. 

d) By judicial procedure (expelled)? No one. 

39. a) What ministerial members have died during the year? O. W. Dowd, E. L. Hill. ■ 
J. M. JollifF, W. A. Parsons, H. C. Smith. j 
b) What deaconesses have died during the year? No one. I 

40. Who are the supernumerary ministers, and for what number of years consecutively 
has held this relation? (11365.) No one. 

41. Who are granted sabbatical leave? (11364.) F. D. Hedden. 

42. What ministers have been retired: j 
a) This year? B. F. Boone, E. R. Clegg, J. W. Dimmett, W. G. Farrar, W. L. Loy, i 
W. L. Maness, I. S. Richmond, R. D. Wellons. j 



Journal of Proceedings 79 

b) Previously? A. S. Barnes, W. C. Benson, J. J. Boone, J. W. Bradley, W. H. 
Brown, W. A. Cade, John Cline, Frank Culbreth, H. G. Cuthrell, W. L. Daw- 
son, E. D. Dodd, E. W. Downum, E. C. Durham, F. K. Duvall, R. G. L. Edwards, 
W. F. Elliott, H. C. Ewing, R. N. Fitts, M. O. Fletcher, J. W. Frank, H. I. Glass, 
C. W. Guthrie, E. M. Hall, J. C. Harmon, L. D. Haymon, H. L. Hendricks, J. W. 
Hoyle, B. T. Hurley, H. E. Lance, Daniel Lane, T. W. Lee, J. O. Long, F. S. Love, 
G. W. Lowe, D. F. Lowrv, F. R. Lowry, W. C. Martin, E. C. Maness, L. S. Massey, 
O. C. Melton, R. F. Munns, W. V. McRae, F. B. Noblitt, W. T. Phipps, H. B. 
Porter, C. T. Rogers, W. R. Royall, M. Y. Self, D. M. Sharpe, B. B. Slaughter, J. L. 
Smith, H. E. Spence, G. B. Starling, N. B. Strickland, J. A. Tharpe, C. T. Thrift, 
W. J. Underwood, W. N. Vaughan, R. L. Vickery, B. M. Williams, P. D. Woodall. 

43. What approved supply pastors have been retired: 

a) This year? None. 

b) Previously? W. J. Freeman, J. K. Worthington. 

44. Who are left without appointment to attend school? W. E. Atwater, Jr., WiUiam Ray 
Bailey, W. W. Clark, Jr., F. R. Dail, N. A. Desrosiers, James S. Epperson, J. C. Glass, 
Jr., J. R. Hailey, H. W. Huston, D. F. Kinlaw, WiUiam P. Lowdermilk, J. H. 
Overton, Jr., John Sanders Pearsall, Robert Everett Rhodes, Robin J. Scroggs, E. A. 
Stevens. 

45. What is the number of: 

a) Pastoral charges? 411. Approved supply pastors? 96. Received on trial? 15. Re- 
ceived into full connection? 10. Transfers in? 12. Transfers out? 14. Received from 
other churches? No one. Readmitted? No one Discontinued? No one. Withdrawn? No 
one. Expelled? No one. Located? No one. Deceased? 5. 

b) Ministers: 

(1) On trial: 

(a) As pastors? 37. (b) Under special appointment? 3. (c) Left without appoint- 
ment to attend school? 7. Total on trial? 47. 

(2) In full connection: 

(a) EflFective: (i) As pastors and district superintendents? 271. (ii) Under spe- 
cial appointment? 55. (iii) Left without appointment to attend school? 9. 

iv) On sabbatical leave? 1. Total effective? 336. 

(b) Retired? 69. 
c) Supernumerary? No one. 

c) Total of all ministers? 452. 

46. What other personal notation should he made? Halcombe Guice McLeod discon- 
tinued at his request. 

Part III. Concluding Business 

47. What is the report of the conference treasurer? See Reports. 

48. What is the report of the conference statistician? See Reports. 

49. What are the detailed objectives of this conference for the coming year? See Reports. 

50. Where shall the next session of the conference be held? To be decided. 

51. Is there any other business? No. 
|52. What changes have been made in appointments since last Annual Conference 

session? See changes in appointments. 
53. Where are the preachers stationed for the ensuing year? See hst of appointments. 



80 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Appointments 
1956-1957 



BURLINGTON DISTRICT— (44 Charges) 

District Superintendent, Allen P. Brantley (3) 

Bethel Denver Stone (AS) 1 

Bonlee M. W. Heckard 1 

Broadway McD. McLamb 3 

Burlington: 

Davis Street D. J. Reid 1 

Front Street E. B. Fisher 1 

Glen Raven Christian White 3 

Grace Harmon L. Smith, Jr 2 

St. Paul Frank Weir 3 

Trinity N. L. Jones 1 

Webb Avenue M. W. Maness 3 

West Burlington W. A. Tew 1 

Burlington Circuit J. B. Hurley 1 

Carthage M. C. Henderson 3 

Center W. B. Starnes 3 

Cobb Circuit H. L. Harris 1 

Fairview M. D. Tyson 4 

Friendship Robert Wallace 3 

Glencoe J. C. Shore (AS) 1 

Glendon Randall Baker 1 

Goldston Vernon Tyson 1 

Graham T. J. Whitehead 3 

Haw River J. W. Goodwin 4 

Leasburg Rufus Stark 2 

Mebane C. H. Mercer 1 

Milton W. F. Meacham 8 

Moncure G. C. Kinlaw 3 

Mt. Hermon Auburn Lore 3 

Pittsboro J. C. P. Brown 3 

Pittsboro Circuit E. G. Cowan 1 

Bobbins C.J. Andrews 4 

Bobbins Circuit J. H. Parrish 4 

Rock Creek Eugene Tisdale 2 

Salem-Chapel R. Z. Newton 1 

Sanford: 

Jonesboro Heights W. J. Neese 5 

Steele Street W. S. Potter 3 

Trinity W. M. JefFeries 1 

Saxapahaw R. E. Garland 1 

Semora Luther Marks (AS) 1 

Siler City E. L. Hillman 4 

Siler City Circuit H. B. Johnson 4 

Silk Hope J. C. Gillond (AS) 1 

E. R. Clegg, Associate (RS) 3 ' 

Swepsonville W. G. Brogan 2 

Whitney Cross Daniel Sain (AS) 3j 

Yanceyville D. A. Clark 21 

Chaplain, United States Air Force, F. M. Patterson 

Director, Wesley Foundation, Radtord College, S. G. Dodson, Jr. 

Deaconess, Milton Charge, Alta Nye 

Student, Yale University Divinity School, J. L. Allen, Front Street, Burlington Q. C. 

Professor, PfeifFer College, G. Nelson Moore 

District Director of Christian Vocations, N. L. Jones 

District Director of Evangelism, M. D. Tyson 

District Director of Golden Cross, M. W. Maness 



Journal of Proceedings 81 

District Missionary Secretary, Robert Wallace 

District Secretary of Temperance, C. J. Andrews 

District Director of North Carolina Christian Advocate, Cliristian White 

Missionary to Africa, E. F. Smith 

Retired: E. R. Clegg, John Cline, W. L. Maness, W. T. Phipps, W. J. Underwood. 

DURHAM DISTRICT— (44 Charges) 
District Superintendent, C. D. Barclift (1) 

lAllensville-Trinity H. A. Phillips 2 

Andrews-Soapstone Nathan H. JtJyrd (AS) 1 

Bahama W. K. Quick 2 

Broolcsdale-Brookland Paul H. Wragg, Jr 3 

Butner J. W. Smith ill (AS) 2 

Bynum Warren Bishop 1 

Carrboro J. Paul Edwards 3 

Cedar Grove O. V. Elkins 1 

Chapel Hill: 

Aldersgate A. Kimsey King 2 

University Church C. S. Hubbard 4 

Chapel Hill Circuit E. M. Githn 1 

Creedmoor Morris J. Byers, ( AS ) 1 

Durham: 

.\ldersgate H. I. Glass (RS) 2 

Asbury W. B. Petteway 5 

Bethany J. M. Chne 4 

Branson CD. Brown 2 

Calvary K. R. Wheeler 3 

Carr H. B. Lewis 3 

Duke's Chapel J. C. ChaflFin 4 

Duke Memorial V. E. Queen 1 

Epworth D. M. Sharpe (RS) 4 

Lakewood A. L. Chaplin 3 

Maybrook-Massey John E. Reed, Sr 1 

McMannens-Pleasant Green B. B. Slaughter (RS) 2 

St. John Wayne G. Wegwart 1 

St. Paul W. K. Babington 2 

Trinity M. W. Lawrence 1 

ifland-Lebanon H. W. Pearce (AS) 2 

dlno Rue Wesley 1 

Fletcher's Chapel Sheldon H. Wolfe 1 

3ray Rock Garry J. Shelton (AS) 3 

^illsboro W. A. Seawell 1 

\Ierrits-Ebenezer W. A. Cheyne 1 

^It. Sylvan Robert H. Love 1 

vlt. Tirzah Woodrow A. Giles (AS) 2 

Jrange Gayle T. Alexander 1 

Oxford R. S. Harrison 3 

Oxford Circuit P. D. Midgett HI (AS) 1 

'"•erson A. M. Williams 1 

^ougemont Alhson Simonton, Jr. (AS) 2 

ioxboro: 

■ CaVel Emerson M. Thompson, Jr 1 

• Long Memorial A. L. Thompson 1 

Hoxboro Circuit K. B. Sexton 4 

■{tern-Bullocks W. E. Knight 1 

Associate Editor, The Upper Room, B. B. Little 
Iphaplain, United States Army, W. K. Anderson 
l^haplain. United States Army, A. C. Edens, Jr. 
Chaplain, Veterans Administration, W. K. Barrs 

Chaplain, Methodist Students, Duke University, Arthur Brandenburg 
I^aplain, Duke University, Barney Lee Jones 

:;onference Camp Director and State Director, Methodist Student Work, J. Robert 
Regan, Jr. 



82 North Carouna Annual Conference 

Conference Missionary Secretary, M. W. Lawrence ■ 

Deaconess (on leave), Durham, Sarah McCracken 

Director, Pubhc Relations, Greensboro College, C. R. Caliow 

Executive Director, Methodist College Foundation of North Carolina, Inc., D. D. Holt 

Executive Secretary, Conference board of Laucation, C. P. Morris 

Director, Youth Work, Conference Board of Education, H. S. Winberry 

Director, Adult Work, Conference Board of Education, H. D. Minor 

Director, Admission, Trinity University, Texas, Brooks M. Waggoner 

Missionary to Austria, J. P. Bartak 

Missionary to Brazil, C. B. Dawsey, Jr. 

Professor, Duke University, D. G. Bradley 

Professor, Duke University, R. T. Osborn 

Professor, Duke University, R. H. Sales 

Professor, Duke University Divinity School, R. E. Cushman 

Professor, Duke University Divinity School, H. E. Myers 

Professor, Duke University Divinity School, R. L. Dicks 

Professor, Duke University Divinity School, J. J. Rudin, II 

Professor, Duke University Divinity School, A. J. Walton 

Resident Advisor, University of Florida, J. D. Savell 

Secretary, Peace Education, American Friends Service Committee, J. D. Andrews 

Secretary, Child Labor Welfare Committee, New York City, C. R. Gathn 

Staff, Library, Duke University Divinity School, Isawa Tanaka 

Student, Duke University Divinity School, William Ray Bailey, Asbury Q.C. 

Student, Duke University Divinity School, J. R. Hailey, St. John Q. C. 

Student, University of North Carohna Medical School, N. A. Desrosiers, Carrboro Q. C. 

Student, Union Theological Seminary, New York, E. A. Stevens, University Church, 
Chapel Hill Q. C. 

Superintendent, Oxford Masonic Orphanage, A. D. L. Gray 

Superintendent, Methodist Retirement Home, Inc., J. F. Coble 

District Director, Christian Vocations, J. Paul Edwards j 

District Secretary of Evangelism, J. NI. Cline j 

District Director, Golden Cross, K. R. Wheeler j 

District Missionary Secretary, K. B. Sexton | 

District Director, North Carolina Christian Advocate, W. B. Petteway | 

District Secretarv of Temperance, H. B. Lewis I 

Retired: J. J. Boone, K. F. Duval, P. H. Fields, R. N. Fitts, H. I. Glass, J. W. Hoyle, i 
H. E. Lance, T. W. Lee, L. S. Massey, W. V. McRae, H. B. Porter, D. M. Sharpe, 
B. B. Slaughter, J. L. Smith, H. E. Spence, C. T. Thrift, B. M. WilHams. 

ELIZABETH CITY DISTRICT— (36 Charges) 
District Superintendent, C. Freeman Heath (4) 

Ahoskie E.G. Purcell, Jr 4 

Bath Dan E. Meadows (AS) 1 

Belhaven W. A. Wentz, Jr 3 

Chowan P. M. Porter (AS) 3 

Columbia R. H. Eason 2 

Creswell W. B. Gregory 1 

Currituck W. Robert Frost (AS) 1 

Dare A. L. G. Stephenson 1 1 

Edenton J. E. Richardson S 

Elizabeth City: 

Brite Meadows Jefferson Davis 1 

City Road G. W. Crutchfield 1 

First O. K. Ingram 3 

Riverside R. T. Commander 4 

Gatesville R. N. Knight 1 

Harrellsville Vassar Jones (AS) 3 

Hatteras L. R. Sparrow (AS) 1 

Hertford J. A. Auman 1 , 

Kennakeet B. E. Bingham 1 , 

Kitty Hawk W. H. Montgomery 1 

Manteo L. A. Aitken 2 

Mattamuskeet A. M. Cameron 3' 

Moyock R. D. Ricks, Jr. (AS) l! 



Journal of Proceedings 83 

Murireesboro Van T. Crawford 4 

Newland-Grace J. R. Couchman 2 

North Gates F. J. Duplissey 3 

Pasquotank L. A. Green 3 

Perquimans E. R. Meekins 2 

Plymouth J. H. Lanning 3 

Roper L,eon W. Ross 1 

South Camden Carl Calloway 1 

South Mills Key W. Taylor 5 

Swan Quarter A. H. Stone 4 

Union W. Hoyt Cheek 3 

Wanchese C. L. Warren 1 

Washington N. W. Grant 4 

Washington Circuit Everett Eason (AS) 1 

Chaplain, Duke University Hospital, P. W. Aitken 

Student, Union Theological Seminar^, Aew York, Robert Everett Rhodes, Elizabeth 

City Q. C. 
District Director Christian Vocations, J. A. Auman 
District Director of Evangehsm, J. R. Couchman 
District Director of Golden Cross, E. G. Purcell, Jr. 
District Missionary Secretary, R. H. Eason 

District Director, North Carolina Christian Advocate, O. K. Ingram 
District Secretary of Temperance, Van T. Crawford 
=tetired: M. O. Fletcher, C. W. Guthrie, I. S. Richmond. 

FAYETTEVILLE DISTRICT— (49 Charges) 

District Superintendent, O. L. Hathaway 



Aberdeen 



C. A. Johnson 1 



Mscoe C. B. Harris 2 

.Caledonia F. B. Brandenburg 1 

^amp Ground R. E. Walston 1 

Cordova H. L. Rogers 1 

Aunberland-St. Andrews F. L. Jones 1 

i^llerbe J. A. Wagnon 2 

fayetteville: 

; Calvary-Victory CD. Roettger 1 

' Christ Church R. E. Fowlkes 2 

, Eastover W. E. Howard 4 

Eutaw J. K. Bostick 2 

C;ardners Walter E. Smith (AS) 5 

Ilaymount C. S. Boggs 3 

Holland L. Hale, Associate 1 

Hay Street Graham S. Eubank 4 

F. Owen Fitzgerald, Associate 2 

; Johnson Memorial WilHam Amon (AS) 1 

|I LaFayette Village G. R. McKenzie 1 

^ Person Street A. D. Byrd, Jr 2 

Wesley Heights D. W. Charlton 1 

[amlet: 

' Fellowship George C. Megill 3 

First A. C. Lee 3 

tope Mills L. A. Watts 1 

-aurel Hill N. P. Edens 1 

[iaurinburg H. G. Ruark 4 

love Joy-Macedonia F. Odell Walker 3 

[axton R. Keith Glover 2 

lount Gilead L. C. Larkin 3 

fount Gilead Circuit H. M. Short (AS) 1 

[Id Hundred W. H. Brady (AS) 3 

^rkton C. B. Long 1 

tinebluff James W. Hamilton 4 

aeford J. H. Miller 4 

ed Springs L. M. Hall 6 

^berdell W. R. Johnson 1 



84 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Rockingham: 

Community Max B. Richardson (AS) 3 

East Rockingham E. C. Crawford 5 

First W. R. Stevens 1 ; 

Glenwood-Trinity G. H. Tyson 3 i 

West Rockingham George W. Ports, Jr 1 j 

St. John-Gibson M. W. Warren 3 • 

St. Pauls H. R. Ashmore 2 :' 

Sandhill Circuit Rene O. Bideaux 2 :! 

Soutli River H. L. Harrell 3 .i 

Southern Pines R. L. Bame 3 1 

Spring Lake T. Fant Steele, Jr 2 :j 

Stedman A. L. Reynolds It 

Troy C. G. McCarver 3 i 

Troy Circuit Paul G. Bunn 3 | 

Vass Tames B. Eskeridge 1 i 

West End P. H. Layfield, Jr 3 ! 

Chaplain, United States Army, H. C. Eraser (Retired) 
Chaplain, United States Air P'orce, K. E. Beane 

Chaplain, United States Air Force, B. F. Meacham , 

Deaconess, Roberdell Charge, Etlielynde Ballance ' 

Director, Wesley Foundation, Appalachian State Teacher's College, Robert S. Barefield j 
Student, University of Chicago, W. Eastwood Atwater, Jr., Maxton Q.C. 
Student, Columbia University, F. R. Dail, St. John-Gibson Q.C. 
Student, Duke University Divinity School, William P. Lowdermilk, Ellerbe Q.C. 
Conference Secretary, Town and Country Work, R. I. Epps 
District Director, Christian Vocations, R. L. Bame 
District Secretary of Evangelism, W. E. Howard 
District Director of Golden Cross, G. S. Eubank 
District Missionary Secretary, C. G. McCarver 

District Director, North CaroUna Christian Advocate, W. R. Stevens 
District Secretary of Temperance, J. K. Bostick 

Retired: W. H. Brown, Frank Culbreth, H. G. Cuthrell, W. L. Dawson, H. C. Ewing, 
B. T. Hurley, Daniel Lane, F. B. Noblitt, W. R. Royall, W. N. Vaughn, R. L. Vicker>'. 

GOLDSBORO DISTRICT— (51 Charges) 

District Superintendent, H. M. McLamb (3) 

Bladen D. C. Boone 2 

Beston-Bethel Leonard Mayo (AS) 2 

Clinton: 

First D. E. Earnhardt 4 ■ 

Grace A. F. McClung 2! 

Clinton Circuit C. E. Vause (AS) 1' 

Duplin C. G. Nickens 2 

Eureka- Yelverton J. G. Snypes 1 

Faison J. W. Dimmette (RS) 1 

Falling Creek-Providence J. E. Mahoney 1 

Farmville L. C. Vereen 5 

Four Oaks H. F.^Surj=att 1 

Fremont W. H. Kirby 3= 

Garland W. M. Ellis 1 

Goldsboro: 

Airboro Stacy Selph (AS) | 

Daniels Memorial E. H. Smotherman 

Pine Forest A. C. Lancaster 

Salem L. T. Wilson (AS) 

St. Luke R. H. Lewis 

St. Paul Leon Couch ' 

Goldsboro Circuit McGee Creech ( AS ) ] 

Goshen-Keener W. S. Lambert 

Harrell J. C. Stafford (AS) 

Hookerton-Rainbow W. R. Crowder 

Institute B. R. McCullen (AS) 

Johnston J. G. White, Jr 



Journal of Proceedings 85 

Xenly E. H. Measamer 4 

Lavjrange E. B. Edwards 2 

Micro C. R. Holiowell (AS) 1 

.\iaury-Mt. Herman H. F. Pollock 4 

Mt. Olive: Pirst D. L. Fouts 3 

Mt. Ulive Ct Murrell K. Glover 1 

Newton Grove J. A. Cooper (AS) 2 

Pikeville E. L. Earnhardt 1 

Pine Level Earl Tyson 1 

;Pink Hill J. R. Regan 4 

Princeton L. J. Bridges 2 

Roseboro E. E. Whitley 3 

Rose Will C. E. Vale . 4 

Saiemburg Clyde Wliite (AS) 1 

Sarecta Russell Spence (AS) 1 

Selnia M. R. Gardner 1 

Seven Springs Gordon Allen (AS) 1 

Smitlifield: Centenary L. A. Tilley 1 

Snow Hill J. H. Miller, Jr 1 

Turkey R. T. Jones (AS) 1 

Stantonsburg D. A. Petty 3 

Wallace W. D. Caviness 3 

VValstonburg-Tabernacle E. C. Maness (RS) 2 

Warsaw I. T. Poole 3 

Wayne G. A. Davis (AS) 1 

Wesley S. E. Landers 3 

Professor, Central College, C. E. Hix, Jr. 
L>haplain, United States Air Force, J. P. Rickards 

Director, Leadership Education, General Board ot Education, M. E. Cunningham 
Conference Evangelist, Tommy Tyson 

Student, Princeton Theological Seminary, D. F. Kinlaw, Faison Q.C. 
District Director, Christian Vocations, E. E. Whitley 
pistrict Secretary of Evangelism, J. H. Miller, Jr. 
Pistrict Director of Golden Cross, R. H. Lewis 
District Missionary Secretary, L. C. Vereen 

District Director of North Carolina Christian Advocate, Leon Couch 
District Secretary of Temperance, E. L. Earnhardt 

'letired: W. C. Benson, B. F. Boone, J. W. Dimmette, W. J. Freeman, E. C. Maness, 
O. C. Melton, G. B. Starling, J. A. Tharpe. 

NEW BERN DISTRICT— (48 Charges) 
District Superintendent, A. J. Hobbs 

\tlantic L. A. Lewis 4 

\urora Circuit J. C. Staton 3 

Vyden CM. Fogleman, Jr 5 

3eaufort J. D. Young 4 

3eaufort Circuit R. M. Poulk (AS) 4 

3eech Grove Circuit W. N. Bass 1 

3ridgeton Circuit R. Bruce Pate 3 

ymip Glenn Claude L. Barrett, Jr. 2 

Jover Circuit H. B. Jones (AS) 3 

preenville: 

{ Jarvis Memorial W. M. Howard, Jr 4 

,: St. James J. Malloy Owen HI 4 

IJrifton Ralph I. Epps 1 

primesland J.J. Grimes (AS) 3 

ilarlowe-Oak Grove R. R. Blankenhorn (AS) 3 

jlavelock: 

1 Cherry Point R. L. Crossno 2 

First J. L. Joyce 1 

acksonville T. R. Jenkins 1 

iMnston: 

Queen Street T. M. Vick, Jr. 1 

St. John R. M. Gradeless (AS) 1 



North Carolina Annual Conference 



St. Mark - 


..D. E. Collins 


3 


Westminster 


. . H. L. Watson 


1 


Kinston Circuit 


. . R. G. Foster (AS) 


4 


Marshallberg 


. . H. H. Cash 


5 


Maysville 


R. F. Moore 


2 


Midway-Bethlehem 


. . J. H. Bryant (AS) 


1 


Morehead City: 






First 


..]. F. Herbert 


1 


Frankhn Memorial 


. . S. S. Moore (AS) 


3 


New Bern: 








. . J. A. Russell 


6 


Riverside 


•J. P-Pegg 


1 


Trinity 


..A. P. Hill, Jr 


3 


Newport 


. . R. L. Fleming, Jr 


1 


Ocracoke 


..W. R.Hale (AS) 


3 


Oriental Circuit 


. . R. L. Hethcox 


4 


Pollocksville Circuit 


. . P. C. Yelverton 


4 


Queens-Oak Grove 


.. T. H. Swofford, Tr. 


1 


Richlands 


. .W. B. Cotton 


1 


Richlands Circuit 


. . L. C. Bissett, Jr. (AS) 


1 


Salter Path 


. . J. T. Fisher (AS) 


2 


Sea Level 


. . J. G. Lupton 


1 


Shadv Grove Circuit 


. . T. D. Cranford 


1 


Stonewall Circuit 


D. M. Lewis 


3 


Straits-Harkers Island 


. H. E. Gibat (AS) 


. . 2 


Swansboro 


. . E. R. Shuller 


1 


Trenton Circuit 


. L. A. Dillman 


... 3 


Vanceboro . 


. John Rece 


1 


\'anceboro Circuit 


Ellis J. Bedsworth 


1 


Williston-Smyrna 


D. M. Tyson (AS) 


2 


Woodington-Webb 


Tracie Varnum (AS) 


1 



Professor, Scarrilt College, James H. Warren 

Chaplain, United States Navy, M. O. Stephenson 

Deaconess and Director, Methodist Student Center, East Carolina College, Mamiej 

Chandler 
Deaconess, St. John Church, Kinston, Priscilla Steger 

Student, Duke University Divinity School, W. W. Clark, Jr., Atlantic Q.C. 
Student Duke University Divinity School, James S. Epperson, Centenary Q.C. 
District Director, Christian Vocations, C. M. Fogleman 
District Secretary of Evangelism, H. L. Watson 
District Director of Golden Cross, J. A. Russell. 
]3istrict Missionary Secretary, R. L. Crossno 

District Director, North Carolina Christian Advocate, T. M. Vick, Jr. 
District Director, Television, Radio and Audio-visual Education, J. Malloy Owen III 
District Direct^ • of Temperance, W. B. Cotton 
Retired: E. W. Downum, W. G. Lowe. 



RALEIGH DISTRICT— (50 Charges) 
District Superintendent, R. Grady Dawson (4^ 

Angier E. E. Henley, Jr. 

Apex-Holly Springs H. S. Garris 

Bailey B. O. Merritt 

Benson C. F. Hirschi 

Gary B. L. Davidson 

Clayton C. H. Dunn 

Coats A. W. Dryden 

Dunn T. \Y. Lineberger 

Ebenezer H. F. Leatherman 

Erwin W. C. Feltman 

Franklinton A. F. Fisher 

Fuquay Springs John R. Poe 

Gamer R. E. L. Moser 

Garner Ct Chas. Sparks (AS) 

Granville R. A. McLean (AS) . 



Journal of Proceedings 87 

Henderson: 

City Road M. L. Husted 4 

First A. S. Parker 3 

White Memorial- Wesley R. L. Irwin fAS) 3 

Kipling-Cokesbury I. J. Strawbridge ^ 2 

Knightdale A. N. Gore, Jr. 1 

Lillington E.G. Shoaf 4 

Louisburg G. W. Blount 3 

Louisburg Ct J. E. Wood (AS) 2 

Macedonia W. L. Loy (RS) 1 

Macon F. S. Love (RS) 1 

Mamers T. H. House 1 

Middleburg Wilford Wise (AS) 2 

Millbrook H. C. Jones 5 

Mount Pleasant L. E. Lugar 3 

Norlina H. B. Baum 2 

Pleasant Grove W. E. Worlev 4 

Raleigh: 

Edenton Street H. P. Povi'ell 10 

Fairmont J. W. Page 4 

Haves Barton W. L. Clegg 1 

Highland Brooks Patten 3 

Jenkins Memorial H. M. Jamieson 2 

Layden Memorial . R. G. L. Edwards (RS) 1 

Longview Gardens . W. G. Walton, Jr. 5 

St. Marks H. A. Bizzell, Jr. 1 

Trinity J. K. Ormond 4 

Wesley Memorial . . J. E. Sponenberg 3 

Westover R. H. Gaudill 1 

Wynnewood Park John H. Crum 1 

Tar River . A. G. Tyson 1 

Vance W. W. Sherman, Jr. .2 

Wake Forest-Youngsville . . R. G. Hastings . 3 

Warren W. O. Gonnor (AS) 4 

vVarrenton W. A. Grow 3 

;vVendell S. G. Boone 2 

Zebulon T. J. Barrett 2 

.Executive Director, Gonference Board of Evangelism, H. K. King 

Chaplain, United States Air Force, G. G. Gaudill 

Hiperintendent, Methodist Home for Ghildren. R. L. Nicks 

Director, Pubhc Relations, High Point Golleee, G. H. Wbicker 

Executive Secretary, Conference Board of Missions, T. A. Gollins 

Missionary to Ghile, Gharles E. Owens 

i'resident, Louisburg Gollege, G. W. Bobbins 

Professor, Louisburg Gollege, G. Wade Goldston 

^rofessor, Louisburg Gollese, W. N. McDonald 

^rofessor, University of Florida, G. S. McGo> 

>abbatical Leave, Forrest D. Hedden 

Student, Duke University Graduate School, J. H. Overton, Jr., Westover Q.G. 

student, Duke University Divinity School, J. G. Glass, Jr., Trinity O.G. 

■Student, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Princeton Universitv, Robin J. Scroggs, 

Hayes Barton Q.G. 
student, Oxford University, H. W. Huston. Westover Q.G. 
district Director, Ghristian Vocations, Brooks Patten 
District Secretary of Evangelism, J. K. Ormond 
District Director of Golden Gross, S. G. Boone 
District Missionary Secretary, J. W. Lineberger 
District Director, North Carolina Christian Advocate, J. R. Poe 

District Secretary of Temperance, H. F. Leatherman ^^ 

Retired: A. S. Barnes, J. W. Bradley, W. A. Cade, E. D. Dodd, E. G. Durham, R. G. L. 

Edwards, W. G. Farrar, E. M. Hall, J. C. Harmon, J. O. Long, F. S. Love, W. L. Loy, 

W. C. Martin, R. F. Munns. 



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ROCKY MOUNT DISTRICT— (47 Charges) 

District Superintendent, W. C. Ball (1) 

Aulander CM. Mitchell 3 

Battleboro Don Truitt (AS) 1 

Bethel C. P. Womack 3 

Calvary M. Y. Self (RS) 1 

Conway C. K. Wright 1 

Elm City Tames H. Bailey (AS) 1 ; 

Enfield "C. W. Barbee 6 j 

Evansdale-Black Creek C. W. Wooten 5 

Gaston A. E. Brown 4 

Halifax T- T. Smith 2 

Hawkins-Tabor J. B. Speight 1 

Hobgood Earl W. Bailey (AS) 1 

Hornes-Mt. Zion J. E. Sutton (AS) if 

Jamesville W. S. Davenport (AS) 3 [ 

Littleton K.J. Wilson, Jr 4 

Nash A. C. Regan (AS) 1 ; 

Nashville B. F. Musser 1 j 

Northampton D. D. Traynham 3 j 

Pinetops Vance Lewis 2 | 

Red Oak-Yorks Robert Lee Baldridge 1 

Rich Square R. W. Pritchard 4 

Roanoke J. D. Stott 1 ^ 

Roanoke Rapids: I 

First R. L. Jerome 3 '<}■ 



Rosemary L. L. Parrish 4 ii 

Robersonville N. B. Hill, Jr 1 ! 

Rocky Mount: } 

Clark Street Z. V. Cowan (AS) 1 ' 

Englewood F. E. Still 2 '] 

First Leon Russell 4 ij 

Marvin L. C. Brothers 2 

St. Paul L. P. Jackson 3 

Sandy Cross D. L. Harris (AS) 3 

Scotland Neck W. L. Freeman 4 I 

Seaboard R. S. Gibson 1 I,' 

Smith's J. P. Mansfield 1 I 

Spring Church-Garysburg P. R. Maness 1 I, 

Spring Hope R. S. Brodie 5 j 

Stokes Arnold Pope 4 '{ 

Tarboro: [ 

Hart W. N. Fulford (AS) 2 i 

St. James W^ C. Wilson 3 | 

Temnerance Hull Thomas Smith (AS) 1 ] 

Weldon P. F. Newton 1 : 

Weslev Memorial H. F. Crawlev (AS) 2 i 

Wpst Hahfax T. D. Lon-j (AS) 4 i 

WTr'takers Richard Braunstein (AS) 8 , 

W'Hiamston R. C. Mooney, Jr 1 I 

Wilson: j 

F'-rst R. W. Bradshaw 9 

Winstead E. E. Edmond 1 ; 

Windsor C. H. Mewborn 3 j 

Missionary to Brazil, J. W. Garrison 
Chaplain, United States Air Force, J. O. Jernigan 
Chaplain, Veterans Administration, J. E. Rogers 

Professor, Boston University, J. T. Greene i 

Executive Director, Department of Religious Liberty, Niitional Council of Churches of I 
Christ, United States of America, C. D. Nelson ' 

District Director, Christian Vocations, R. W. Bradshaw 
District Secretary of Evangelism, L. L. Parrish 
D'strict Director of Golden Cross, B. F, Musser 
District Missionary Secretary, R. L. Jerome 



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District Director, North Carolina Christian Advocate, H. L. Swain 

]3istrict Secretary of Temperance, Vance Lewis 

Retired: W. F. EUiott, J. W. Frank, H. L. Hendricks, C. T. Rogers, M. Y. Self. 

WILMINGTON DISTRICT— (41 Charges) 

District Superintendent, J. E. Garlington 

Ashpole-Sandy Plains J. Locklear (AS) 3 

Bethesda G. L. Kinley 1 

Burgaw C. F. Grill 1 

Carolina Beach W. M. Wells, Jr 3 

Carvers Creek Kenneth Townsend (AS) 1 

Cerro Gordo-Olivet W. C. Teachey (AS) 2 

Ghadboum R. F. McKee 2 

Clarkton Circuit Carl Newton 2 

Council H. N. Ward (AS) 7 

Dublin T. L. White (AS) 1 

Elizabethtown H. L. Davis 3 

Fair Bluff H. Fred Davis 3 

Fairmont J. D. A. Autry 1 

Fairview-Hickory Grove D. F. Lowry (RS) 1 

Hallsboro E. V. Dunn (AS) 1 

Lake Waccamaw Neil Thompson 2 

Lumberton: Chestnut Street T. B. Hough 1 

Lumberton Circuit J. D. Aycock 4 

Pembroke Ct J. A. Williams (AS) 1 

Pembroke: First R. F. Minnis 1 

Pleasant Grove Nash Locklear (AS) 1 

Prospect S. F. Cummings 4 

Rocky Point Douglas Byrd (AS) 1 

Rowland M. R. Chambers 5 

;5cotts Hill R. C. Hamilton, Jr. (AS) 3 

Shallotte: Camp L. C. Ledford 1 

-ihallotte Circuit Travis Owen (AS) 2 

Sneads Ferry- Verona C.J. Tilley 1 

Southport R. H. Jordan 4 

iFabor City Paul Carruth 4 

Town Creek John Pfister 1 

Waccamaw J. M. Carroll (AS) 6 

i,Vhiteville P. O. Lee 1 

;vVhiteville Circuit G. M. Kelley (AS) 5 

vVilmington: 

■ Devon Park F. A. Duncan 2 

Epworth Paul Browning 1 

Fifth Avenue B. D. Critcher 4 

Grace J. V. Early 1 

Sunset Park S. J. Starnes 1 

Trinity M. C. Dunn 5 

Wesley Memorial J. T. Maides 3 

•itudent, University of Soudiern California Graduate School, John Sanders Pearsall, 

Rocky Point Q. C. 
Alissionary to Puerto Rico, W. R. Garrard 
District Director, Christian Vocations, C. F. Grill 
Oistrict Secretary of Evangelism, Paul Brovraing 
district Director of Golden Cross, S. J. Starnes 
District Missionary Secretary, J. V. Early 

District Director, North Carohna Christian Advocate, H. L. Davis 
District Secretary of Temperance, G. L. Kinley 
District Director, Indian Work, D. F. Lowry 

Retired: L. D. Hayman, D. F. Lowry, F. R. Lowry, N. B. Strickland, R. D. Wellons, 
1 P. D. Woodall, J. K. Worthington. 



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CHANGES MADE IN APPOINTMENTS BETWEEN 
CONFERENCE SESSIONS 

1955-56 



DURHAM DISTRICT 



W. Warren Bishop was appointed to Bynum, February 1, 1956, replacing R. N. 
llobertson who was transferred to the North Alabama Conference. 

ELIZABETH CITY DISTRICT \ 

William Robert Frost was appointed pastor of the Currituck Charge on April 13, i 
1956, succeeding D. O. Guthrie, who gave up his work because of illness. 

\^an T. Crawford, Jr., was appointed assistant pastor of the Hertford Methodist 
Church on March 4, 1956, to serve until Conference, because of the illness of the pastor, j 
Rev. I. S. Richmond. ' 

FAYETTEVILLE DISTRICT j 

James B. Eskeridgc succeeded Walter C. Smith on the Vass Station, June 1, 1956. 
GOLDSBORO DISTRICT 

Otis Ridge was appointed supply pastor of Sarecta Charge, December 1, 1955, suc- 
ceeding C. E. Vause who was appointed to Clinton Circuit, succeeding J. P. Rickards who 
became a chaplain with the United States Air Force. 

RALEIGH DISTRICT 

Ralph S. Cushman succeeded H. C. Smith, deceased, at the Hayes Barton Church, 
March 20, 1956. 

Norman Sabin was appointed to St. Marks, a new church on the Six Forks Road 
north of Raleigh, March 15, 1956. j 

E. C. Durham was appointed to Wynnewood Park, a new church on the Avent Ferry t] 
Road south of Raleigh, March 15, 1956. | 

R. A. McLean succeeded W. C. Shaw, deceased, on the Mamers Charge, May i 
15, 1956. 

NEW BERN DISTRICT I 

Thomas H. Swofford, Jr. v.'as appointed as Associate Pastor on the Atlantic Charge, [' 
October 1, 1955. 



CHANGES IN BOUNDARIES 



CHARGE BOUNDARIES 

Burlington District 

Take Semora and Connally Churches from the Milton Circuit, and take Union and i 
Hebron Churches from the Leasburg Charge and form a new charge to be called Semora. ■ 

Take Glencoe from the Gro\e Park-Fountain Place Charge and form a station to be 
called Glencoe. 

Change the name of tlie Grove Park-Fountain Place Charge to St. Paul. 

Durham District 

Change the name of the Glen Lennox Charge. Chapel Hill, to Aldersgate, Chapel j, 

Hill. I 

Change the name of tlie Durham Circuit to McMannens-Pleasant Green. j 

Elizabeth City District j 

Take the Newland Church from the South Mills Charge, and take Grace Church ji 
from the Grace-Trinity Charge, and form the Newland-Grace Charge. 



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Take Trinity from the Grace-Trinity Charge, and change the name from Trinity to 
Brite Meadows, and form a station to be called Brite Meadows. 

Change the name of the Stumpy Point Circuit to the Dare Circuit. 

Fayetteville District 

Enroll a new congregation to be called Eutaw Village, Fayetteville. 

Take the name of Shannon from the list of appointments. 

Authorize the organization of two or more congregations around Fayetteville to be 
called the Fayetteville Circuit. 

Take the Wesley Heights Church from the Northmount Charge and form a station 
to be called Wesley Heights. 

Take the Johnson Memorial Church from the Northmount Charge and form a 
station to be called Johnson Memorial. 

Goldsboro District 

Change the name of the South Smithfield Charge to Johnston. 

Authorize the organization of a new congregation in Salemburg. 

Take the Andrews Church from the Roseboro Charge, and take the Beulah Church 
from the Clinton Circuit, and place both with Salemburg. 

Take the Jerusalem Church from the Wayne Circuit, and take the Harris Church 
from the Seven Springs Charge, and take the Saulston Church from the Pikeville Charge, 
and form a new Charge to be called the Goldsboro Circuit. 

Take the Centenary Church from the Garland Charge, and take the Providence 
Church from the Wallace Charge and form a new Charge to be called Harrell. 

Take the Micro and Fellowship Churches from the Pine Level Charge and form a 
new Charge to be called Micro. 

Take the Sanders Church from the Four Oaks Charge and place with the Pine Level 
Charge. 

Take the Turkey Church from the Warsaw Charge and the Friendship Church from 
tlie Faison Charge, and form a new Charge to be called Turkey. 

Authorize the organization of a new congregation on Snow Hill Street, Goldsboro, 
and place with the Wayne Circuit. 

New Bern District 

Take the Atlantic Church from the .\tlantic Charge and form a station to be called 
[Atlantic. 

! Take the Cedar Island and the Sea Level Churches from the Atlantic Charge and 
place them with the re-opened Portsmouth Island Church to form a new Charge to be 
cilled the Sea Level Circuit. 

Authorize the organization of a new congregation to be attached to Atlantic as a 
imission. 

I Take the Swansboro Church from the Swansboro Charge and form a station to be 
called Swansboro. 

Take the Bethlehem and the Midway Churches from the Swansboro Charge and 
form a new Charge to be called Midway-Bethlehem. 

Take the Oak Grove and the Queen's Creek Churches from the Swansboro Charge 
and form a new Charge to be called Queen's-Oak Grove. 

Raleigh District 

Authorize the organization of a new congregation on the Six Forks Road, north of 
^Raleigh, to be called St. Marks. 

ji Authorize the organization of a new congregation on the Avent Ferry Road, south of 
'Raleigh, to be called Wynnewood Park. 

Change the name of the Carolina Pines Charge to Layden Memorial. 

Rocky Mount District 

Take the Homes and the Mt. Zion Churches from the Elm City Charge, and form 
a new Charge to be called Hornes-Mt. Zion. 



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Take the Temperance Hall and McKendree Churches from the Pinetops Charge 
and form a new Charge to be called Temperance Hall. 

Take the Calvary Church from the Littleton Charge, and take the Weaver's Chapel, 
Corinth, and Vaughan Churches from the Littleton-Tabor Charge, and form a new 
Charge to be called Calvary. 

Take the Smith Church from the Roanoke Charge and form a station to be called 
Smith. 

Change the name of Advance, Tarboro, to Hart, Tarboro. 

Take the Speights Church from the Whitakers Charge and place with the Battleboro 
Charge. 

Wilmington District 

Enroll a new congregation in Wilmington to be called Devon Park. 

Authorize the organization of a new congregation on the Carolina Beach Road, 
south of Wilmington. 

Authorize the organization of a new congregation in South Whiteville. 

Take the Community Center Church from the Pleasant Grove Charge and place 
it with the Ashpole-Sandy Plains Charge. 



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In Memoriam 






1955-1956 




Name 


MINISTERS 


Memoirs htj 


0. W. DowD 


Oct. 28, 1875-Oct. 30, 1955 


W. A. Cade 


H. C. Smith 


Mar. 26, 1886-Mar. 5, 1956 


W. L. Clegg 


W. A. Parsons 


Oct. 7, 1872-Mar. 7, 1956 


James W. Hamilton 


J. M. JOLLIFF 


Sept. 25, 1879-May 13, 1956 


B. B. Slaughter 


E. L. Hill 


Feb. 27, 1877-May 19, 1956 
MINISTERS' WIVES 


C. T. Rogers, Sr. 


Mrs. J. H. Buffaloe 


Aug. 9, 1873-JuIy 2, 1955 


W. H. Brown 


Mrs. J. L. Midgette 


May 5, 1887-July 17, 1955 


H. L. Davis 


Mrs. J. G. Johnson 


June 19, 1868-Aug. 12, 1955 


Gladys J. Southerland 


Mrs. W. C. Merritt 


Sept. 18, 1871-Oct. 5, 1955 


J. J. Boone 


Mrs. S. T. Moyle 


Aug. 25, 1869-Feb. 7, 1956 


Isa Sills Dameron 


Mrs. I. S. Richmond 


Dec. 28, 1887-Feb. 11, 1956 


W. L. Clegg 


Mrs. J. C. Harmon 


June 22, 1879-May 7, 1956 


W. A. Cade 


Mrs. C. O. DuRant 


Sept. 22, 1861-May 13, 1956 


Mary Colvin xMurphy 




APPROVED SUPPLY MINISTERS 


J. W. Smith 


Sept. 19, 1886-Nov. 20, 1955 


D. F. Lowry 


W. C. Shaw 


May 5, 1881-April 27, 1956 


J. Kern Orniond 


"All these were honored in their generation. 
And were the glory of their time." 


CONFERENCE COMMITTEE ON 


MEMOIRS 


W. C. Wilson, Chairman; A. P. Brantley, W. L 
O. L. Hathaway, H. M. McLamb, H. ] 
Dawson, J. F. Herbert, V. E. 


Clegg, C. F. Heath 
EC. King, R. G. 
Queen 



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ORDER OF MEMORIAL SERVICE 

Bishop Paul N. Garber, Presiding 



The Organ Prelude: "Pastorale Symphony" (from Tlw Messiah) 

G. F. Handel 



Hymn No. 381: "The Church's One Foundation" S. /. Stone 

The Prayer The Reverend W. M. Howard 

Minister, Jarvis Memorial Methodist Church 
Greenville, North Carolina 

Solo: "How Lovely Are Thy Dwellings" (from Psalm 84) Liddell 

Mrs. Hubert E. May, Director of Music 

Nashville Methodist Church, Nashville, N. C. 

Roll Call of Our Honored Dead The Conference Secretary 

Ministers who have died during the year 
Ministers' wives who have died during the year 

The Memorial Address: "The Other Dimension" 

The Reverend Charles E. Vale 
Minister, Rose Hill Methodist Church 

Hymn No. 164: "All Hail The Power Of Jesus Name" ... Edward Perronet 



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ORREN W. DOWD 

1875-1955 

Orren W. Dowd: a Christian gentleman, a clL'\oted husband, a good minister of 

Jesus Christ and a diligent and faithful pastor. This epitomizes the good and useful hfe 

he lived from the date of his birth, October 28, 1875 to the moment of his death, Sunday, 

October 30, 1955; having attained the ripe age of eighty 

' years. During his whole life it was his custom to attend 

church and worship God. On this last Sunday in October 

lie did not go to church, but to heaven instead. This was 

as real a part of his plan and expectation as was going 

; to church. However, he had no nostalgic longing for that 

! other world. He loved and enjoyed life in this world, 

li\ing in his own lovely home at 2107 Fairview Road, 

Raleigh, N. C. for the past ten years. 

Much of fine and noble living filled the eighty years 
i)t O. W. Dowd's life. He got a good start by being born 
and reared in the devout Christian home of John A. and 
Othelia Dowd at Goldston, N. C. Orren was one of ten 
children. 

His father being a strong Baptist and his mother a 
de\ out Methodist, he got the benefits of their doctrinal 
beliefs and discussions. In consequence, a brother became 
a Baptist minister while Orren became a Methodist. In his youth he received a double 
portion of the sacrament of baptism: immersion according to the Baptist practice and 
.sprinkling according to the Methodist way. He humorously remarked sometimes that he 
was safe on that score. 

Brother Dowd experienced conversion at the age of sixteen, and soon thereafter felt 
the irresistible call to the Christian ministry. This he realized would require educational 
preparation which, in that day of very meager school advantages, seemed out of reach. 
But he attended the short public schools each year, and later, some of the academies 
then extant in Nortli Carolina. In the years of his early manhood he went to Douglas, 
jGeorgia, and taught in the common school. Here it was that he made his definite com- 
mitment to the Christian ministry. From thence he entered tlie University of North 
'Carolina; later transferring to Trinity College. Still again he transferred to Vanderbilt 
University where he graduated in 1906, and did advanced studies in theolog>'. 

Throughout his ministry, O. W. Dowd had a missionary passion. He went to the 
western frontier of Montana to begin his ministry. He was admitted on trial at Deer 
Creek Lodge in 1906 and spent the first three years of his ministerial life in Montana; 
then returned to his nati\e state and became a member of the North Carolina Con- 
ference. 

He served well tlie following charges: Deer Lodge, Montana, Bladen Charge, Troy, 
St. John-Gibson, Roxboro — Long Memorial, Morehead City — First Church, Wilming- 
ton — Fifth Avenue, Franklinton, Louisburg, Hamlet, Elizabeth City District, Goldsboro — 
'St. Paul, Oxford, Dunn, Raleigh — Jenkins Memorial. In all his pastorates he emphasized 
the missionary responsibility of the church. During the years of his retirement from 1947 
until his death he was, by special appointment of the Bishoj), Missionary Secretary of 
jthe Raleigh city Board of Missions and Church Extension. 

I Brother Dowd loved his home which was always rich in warm hospitality. Many were 
the friends who loved to visit him and his lovely wife. He was twice married; first to 
Mollie Wile of Helena, Montana, June 1908. She died in 1918 while he was pastor at 
Roxboro. On June 9, 1921, he was married to Virginia Calloway of Elkin, N. C, who 
(iurvives him, and who was during all the years of their happy married life a faithful and 
l^racious helpmeet. 

^ Funeral services were conducted by the Reverends R. Grady Dawson, W. Stanley 
jPotter and W. A. Cade in Hayes Barton Methodist Church, Raleigh, on Tuesday, 
November 1, 1955. Interment was in the family burying plot at Roxboro, N. C. 



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So lived our brotlier and friend for eighty years. It was a great privilege and blessing' 
to have known, loved, and worked with this good man. He loved to quote these words 
of Whittier as an expression of his faith and hope: 

"I know not where His islands lift 

Their fronded palms in air; 
I only know I cannot drift 

Beyond His love and care." 

W. A. CADE 



HARRY CLEVELAND SMITH 
1886-1956 




Dr. Harry Cleveland Smith was born at High Shoals, Cleveland County, N. C, on ; 
March 26, 1886. He was educated at Rutlierford College and Duke University, the latter 
institution conferring on him the Degree of Doctor of Divinity in 1941. He was married 
to Miss Carolyn Olson on June 7, 1910. Dr. Smith was 
admitted On Trial into tlie North Carolina Conference, 
in session at Fayetteville, December 1912, and served i 
with distinction in the pastorate, or as District Superin- 1. 
tendent, for nearly forty-four years. . 

Following a brief illness, he died in Raleigh on March , 
5, 1956. The funeral service was conducted at Hayes 
Barton Methodist Church, of which he was pastor, at 
eleven o'clock, March 8, 1956, by the Reverend R. G. , 
Dawson, superintendent of tlie Raleigh District; the 
Reverend W. A. Cade, retired; and the Reverend W. L. 
Clegg, superintendent of the Durham District. Dr. Smith 
is smrvived by his wife, Mrs. Carolyn Olson Smith; three 
daughters: Mrs. W. B. Bodie, Mrs. Jack Cooke, and Mrs. 
B. W. Lanier; and one sister, Miss Bessie Smitli. 

Georgia Harkness once said that, instead of giving a 
definition of religion, "I would like for you to think of 
the most genuinely religious person you e\er knew, preferably not some saint of history,' 
but one you knew in flesh who seems to be unmistakenly religious." 

Dr. Harry C. Smith was tlie sort of person that one could accept as a definition of a 
Religious Personahty. His hfe was characterized by spiritual vitality and depth; he 
thought of others before himself; he was interested in helping others achieve their best, 
but with a tact that drew tlie line at meddlesomeness; he accepted responsibility foi^ 
work that was worth doing and carried it tlirough in spite of difficulty; he met the great; 
crises and tlie petty annoyances of life with courage, calm, and a sense of direction. He 
was never bored witli himself or with the world. He had a host of friends, for his owi 
friendliness won Uiem to him. 

Harry Smith was not born with a silver spoon in his mouth. He came from an able 
but not affluent family from the foot-hills of the Blue Ridge in our state. There is m 
doubt in my mind that he reflected much of the sturdy, quiet strength of the hills tlia 
he roamed as a boy. He knew how to be patient and hov/ to take the long view. He go 
his education the hard way — and it meant more to him. 

One can safely say that in our generation there has not been a more dearly belovei 
man in our North Carolina Conference than Harry Smith. He was a preacher's ministei 
His fellow ministers naturally turned to him for guidance and encouragement. How man 
of you have done as I have — when the walls seemed to be tumbling and it was but 
short step from anguished grief to utter despair — you went to Harry Smith and Han 
Smith came to you, and this quiet, strong man of God was used by his Heavenly Fathe 
to restore your faitli and courage? ; 

Harry Smith had so many friends because he was a friend. He reflected perfectly th, 
observation made by Francis Bacon, "this communicating of a man's self to his frienj 



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. works two contrary eflfects: for it redoubleth joys and cutteth grieves in halves. For there 
i is no man that imparteth his joys to his friend, but that he joyeth the more, and no man 
imparteth his griefs, but that he grieveth less." 

Ihe most of us have known Marry Smith as the pastor of large churches and as a 
district superintendent, but he never forgot his humble beginnings. I have heard him 
speak often with affection about his experiences and friends on the Pelham Circmt and 
the Old Durham Circuit, as indeed he did of the more prominent appointments that he 
; served. He came early into places of leadership and great responsibility because it was 
recognized that he possessed those "gifts and graces" that quahfied him for them. 

As a pastor he was a true shepherd of his hock. Ihe word shepherd would come as 
near describing him as any other. He loved his flock. He knew them, he led them — and 
there was spontaneous and confident response to his love and leadership. No more 
.devoted pastor ever served in the INorth Carolina Conference. His was not a "Hash in 
, the pan" type of popularity, but it grew out of something deep and abiding which stood 
'the test of years. Upon two occasions he served the same appointment that he had 
; previously served — a tribute to the trust and contidence placed in him. 
' Harry bmitli was a wise and good district superintendent. He was especially solicitous 
'and helpful to die younger preachers in his district. Laymen found it easy to talk with 
'him. i$ut 1 must say that the work of a district superintendent was not easy for him. 1 
spent six years with hmi in the cabinet of our conference. 1 never knew him to take any 
man's appointment hghdy. It weighed upon him. He could not dismiss a ditticult and 
disappointing situation by simply saying that he had done his best. Other people's hurts 
became his hurts and he carried them in Ins heart, ihe bishops with whom he worked in 
the cabinet and all of his associates depended much upon his advice and counsel because 
all knew that all he said and did was motivated by only two considerations: the men 
.and the church he loved. 

; Harry Smith was powerful in the pulpit as well as a pastor, but his power was not the 
•mere result of eloquence or of phrases aptly turned. In fact, he did not seek tiius to 
jpreach. His power as a preacher was rooted in his love for his people blended effectively 
[and beautifully with a deep sense of God's purpose, plus the fact that all his life he was a 
istiident. The best books were always on his desk. He liked to prepare sermons. On 
several occasions he remarked to me, "I can't preach an old sermon." By that he meant 
'that for him his messages had to be revelant and applicable to the hopes and fears and 
needs of liis particular congregation. His sermons were inspiring because they were 
■appropriate and they struck home to those who heard him because they knew that the 
,life and the sermon were one. 

In his home hfe Harry Smith was all that he was in his ministerial life, plus the 
intimate and tender ties that bind husband and wife and father and child togetlier. He 
never ceased to be grateful for the inspiration and loving support of liis gracious and 
beloved wife. He was proud, and justly so, of his family. Over the years I had the 
ipleasure of making a nimiber of long trips with him, some of them extended in time. He 
■:ilways looked forward to getting home with eagerness, and the tender and considerate 
way in which he always referred to his wife and children was a spiritual blessing in 
i tself. After his children were grown and had established homes of dieir own, he looked 
iforward to thek visits with him and his visits to them with a refreshing buoyancy. 

You, his grieving kin and friends, know as well as I that die real significance of a 
lijood and great life cannot be expressed in the language of men. It is only expressed in 
^ts influence on the hving of others. Wife and child, fellow minister and parishioner will 
Jjver be fiUed with gratitude as we recall his devotion, his fidehty, and the clean, spirit- 
Hlled hfe that he hved. 

On the day oi his funeral a radio commentator who knew Dr. Smitli intimately said: 
'Next Sunday the pulpit of Hayes Barton Methodist Church will be filled by another, 
Jut Dr. Harry Smith will be there, too. He will be there in the hearts and hves of those 
^ho are made better and for whom life is more meaningful." — So will he also be at Duke 
i^4emorial, Durham, and at Pelham; at Trinity, Wilmington, and at Pleasant Green, at 
Carr and at Fletchers, at McMannens and at Bethany, and when our Annual Conference 
meets he will be there in our hearts and afi^ections. 
j And so. Brother Harry, it is NOT farewell, but HAIL! W. L. CLEGG 



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WILLIAM ALEXANDER PARSONS 
1872-1956 

William Alexander Parsons, born in Montgomery County, October 7, 1872, seemed 
destined to become another one of God's great personalities. He was the son of John A. 
and Sarah Parsons. He received his early education at a boarding school in Troy, and : 
upon completing high school, William Parsons attended a ; 
Methodist school at Athens, Tennessee, where he received : 
a Bachelor of Arts Degree. Later, he studied at the ; 
Chattanooga Seminary and was awarded his Bachelor of I 
Divinity Degree. 

Upon completion of his formal education he then 
began his useful service in the field of teaching. He was i 
received into the Georgia Conference in 1889, and. 
became principal of the Epworth Seminary at Epworth, , 
Georgia. Later he became principal of Union Hill . 
Seminary at Union Hill, Georgia, making teaching his ! 
profession for a total of twelve years. Due to the illness ! 
of his mother he returned to North Carolina and became t 
pastor of the Troy Circuit and served that work for one ( 
year. Then he became district superintendent of thei 
Statesville District in tlie Blue Ridge and Atlantic Con- 
ference and served six years. After being district super- 
intendent, he became pastor of the Boulevard Methodist Church in Statesville. Other 
charges served were: Kings Mountain, Pinebluff, and Glendon. He gave forty-seven years 
of faithful service to the church and served five years as a Retired Supply. He had the 
honor of attending fifty-four consecutive sessions of the Annual Conference. In his years 
of service he had the distinction of being elected as a delegate to three General 
Conferences. 

The inspiring ministry of Dr. Parsons was influenced and strengthened by his wife, 
the former Maggie WiUingham of Clarkson, Mississippi. They were united in marriage 
i:) 1901. In the home there was love and devotion to each other which radiated into the 
life of the community. He was a true example of Christian love and brotherhood — what 
he received he gave first to others and then to himself. Dr. Parsons constantly exemplified 
the teachings of our Master in his daily living. Through his generousity and humility he 
became a servant to humanity and a blessing to the Kingdom of God. These words best 
describe our beloved Dr. Parsons. 

"Christ's Love, and His Apostles twelve. 
He taught, but first he followed it himself." 

On Sunday, March 7, 1956, his funeral was held at the Pinebluff Methodist Churc 
His body was placed in the Pinebluff Cemetery. Several hundred friends came to she 
respect to their Christian brother who had made life a greater blessing for them. 

'When earth's last picture is painted, and the tubes are twisted and dried. 
When the oldest colors have faded, and the youngest critic has died. 
We shall rest, and, faith, we shall need it — lie down for an eon or two 
Till the Master of all good workmen shall set us to work anew! 
And only the Master shall praise us, and only the Master shall blame; 
And no one shall work for money, and no one shall work for fame. 
But each for the joy of the working, and each in his separate star. 
Shall draw the things as he sees it for the God of things as they are.' 

— Kipling 

JAMES W. HAMILTON 



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JAMES MARVIN JOLLIFF 
1879-1956 

James Marvin Jolli£F was born September 23, 1879, in Belvedere township, Perqui- 
pnans County. He was the son of John R. and Mary Ehza JoUiff who were devout and 
'iloyal Christians, and who faithfully observed family devotions, and served the church and 
the community faithfully and effectively. From his pa- 
;rents, brother Jolliff inherited a firm faith and fine 
(Spiritual background. He joined the Bethany Methodist 
church in Perquimans County when he was only eight 
jyears old. 

) He was very happily married December 26, 1906, 
|to his childhood sweetheart, Mary A. White. To this ^ 

blessed union were born ten children. One paid the W 

!last full measure in World War II. His devoted wife 
and the following children survive and mourn his pass- 
ling: Wilton M., Manteo; Ima (Mrs. L. D. Hassell), 
•Manteo; Carroll, Raleigh; Dorris (Mrs. W. T. French). 
fPort Leyantey, Nortli Africa; Thurston, Fort Ord, Cali- 
Ifomia; Palmer, Morehead City; Margaret (Mrs. A. F. 
Wetherington), Hampton, Va.; and twenty grand- 
children. 

I He was licensed to preach December 3, 1908, and 

Was admitted into the North Carohna Conference November 1925. He went home to 
Ijlory May 13, and his funeral was conducted from Gatesville Methodist Church May 
U by the pastor, the Rev. Henry Bizzell, and the Rev. B. B. Slaughter, his former dis- 
[rict superintendent. His body was tenderly laid to rest in the family burial ground 
m Perquimans Coimty. 

' Brother JoUiff served the following charges: Columbia, 1920-21; Hatteras and 
llanteo, 1921-29; South Mills, 1929-33; Stonewall, 1933-35; Gatesville, 1935-44; 
■viewport, 1944-51. He retired at tlie conference in Wilmington, 1951, but served Gates- 
Mile again till June 1952. From 1952-54 he served Harrellsville and Winton Churches, 
kfter his retirement he made his home in Gatesville where he had served more than 
jiine and a half years. 

j Brother Jolfiff loved and enjoyed his home life. His home was full of joy and was a 
!)lace of peace, a pleasant place to visit. He had a wholesome and divine sense of humor 
•nd was good company. It was the writer's good fortune to be associated with him as his 
listrict superintendent for twelve years, six in the Elizabeth City district and six in 
he New Bern district; and therefore had an opportunity to observe his life and work. 
le preached a positive gospel, a warm-hearted gospel. He felt it was his duty and 
i)rivilege to feed and lead the flock. He sought to lead his flock in green pastures and 
inhere the still, refreshing waters flow. He ministered to rich and poor, the learned and 
pterate, the saint and the sinner with equal interest and understanding, sympathy and 
pve. He looked well after the sick, the shut-ins and those in distress, and was much 
JDught by those in trouble or bereavement. He was an inspiration to all with whom he 
lante in contact. 

"O blessed is that man of whom some soul can say. 
He was an inspiration along life's toilsome way, 
A well of sparkling water, a fountain flowing free, 
Forever hke his Master in tenderest sympathy." 

It can be truly said of brother Jolhtf that he was a "good minister of Jesus Christ," 
I workman who had no cause to be ashamed of his work, rightly dividing the Word of 
jruth. He had a passion for the lost and always sought to lead them safe into the Good 
hepherd's fold. He was an attentive and devoted husband and an understanding and 
ympathetic father, a good neighbor, a good citizen, and a good friend to all who came 
is way. 



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In the home-going of brother JolliflE, the writer feels he has lost a good friend, and 
his feehng can be expressed in the words of James Whitcomb Riley: 
"I cannot say and I will not say 
That he is dead! He is just away. 
With a cheery smile and a wave of the hand. 
He has wandered into an Unknown Land, 
And left us dreaming here how very fair 
It needs must be since he lingers there. 
And you — O you, who the wildest yearn 
For the old time step and the glad return — 
Think of him as faring on as dear 
In the love of There as in the love of here; 
Think of him still as the same, I say. 
He is not dead! He is just away." 

B. B. SLAUGHTER 



ETHELBERT L. HILL 

1877-1956 



Ethelbert L. Hill was bom February 27, 1877, in Newport, North Carohna, the son 

of Michael Arendel Hill and Henrietta Sanders Hill. Most of his early life was hved 

in Beaufort, X. C. Here he attended high school, and then went to the University ot 

North Carohna. Later, he took his seminary work at 

Duke University. 

About the age of thirty-three he became seriously ill 

with arthritis and for many months he lingered between 

hfe and death. Many long months of suffering were spent 

\ in his uncle's home, Dr. Sanders of Bogue, N. C. Long 

■Mg^ #^^ \^ before he was well he began to attend Dr. Sanders' 

Z^ ' home church, Bethlehem, and soon was an active mem- 

m^ 4^ ber. Here he accepted Christ as his saviour and here 

l^piwt*'*' ■ ^k he received his call to the ministry. He was admitted 

^fc,^ — - ^^ M^ to the North Carohna Conference at Washington, N. C, 

^^ k- ..iaS^F^HB 1914. Our Heavenly Father calls His children in man} 
igH^^^^jfl^ j^^^H ways, and suffering seems to be the most effective. 
^^^H^Vpr J^^^H Brother Hill, Bert to me, was married by rrbe to Mis^ 

I^^V^K jfl^H <^^Ua BeU of Bogue, N. C, December 21, 1913. To thi- 
^^S^B^^r^^^^S/K^m union was bom seven children: Ethelbert Byron Hill 
Mrs. Lester White, Eric Wilson Hill, Mrs. Thonia< 
Humphrey, Lt. Earl Lynox Hill, Mrs. John Denison, and Thomas Leland Hill, whc 
died in infancy. Lt. Hill lost his life in the second World War after many successfu 
flights for his country. 

Following his retirement in November 1945 he and Mrs. Hill moved to Mount Olivi 
to spend the evening hoiurs in their httle home. Here, he rendered such service as h' 
was able to give to his Lord and to his Church. During these years he gladly respondet 
to the calls to preach and teach. His health had been declining for several years and finall; 
he slipped away. May 19, 1956. 

Bert served the following pastorates: Seven Springs, Cape Hatteras, Rockingham Cir 
cuit. Roper, Glendon, Roseboro, Atlantic, Dover, Stonewall, Helena, Lumberton Circuit 
and Hallsboro. 

He awaits our coming. 

"Jesus, thou Prince of Iffe, 
Thy chosen cannot die! 
Like thee, they conquer in the strife, 
To reign with thee on high." 

C. T. ROGERS, SR. 



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MRS. J. H. BUFFALOE 
1874-1955 

Mrs. Mattie Buffaloe, born near Garner, N. C, 82 years ago, passed from earth into 
.^ternity July 2, 1955, in the home of her son, James, at Marston, N. C. 

Mrs. Buffaloe was the widow of the late Rev. James H. BuflFaloe, a faithful and highly 
appreciated minister of the North Carolina Conference. 
For 41 years they were co-laborers in the kingdom of 
God. Her chief aim, so far as her husband was concerned, 
'was to keep the home and the family, so that neither 
would ever hinder him from answering every call of duty 
that came. The weight of the work of the kingdom of 
God was on her shoulders as much as it was on his. She 
was a true helpmate. 

For the past 13 years, most of which time was spent 
in tlie home of her son James, she experienced poor 
health. During these years her son's wife was a real 
daughter to her, caring for her as tenderly and as lovingly 
as anyone could have done. 

In the afternoon of July 4 her body was laid to rest 
in New Bethel cemetery, near Garner, where her hus- 
iband's body also rests. 

She left three children: James Henry, Marston, N. C, 
Mrs. E. J. Alpine of New York, and William of Atlanta, Ga., and si.x grandchildren. 

Mrs. Buffaloe was a Christian mother and home-maker. Her home was a happy place 
or each inmate, and for all who entered. Her life told the story of one saved by grace, 
ihe has earned her rest from the labors of this world. "Well done, thou good and faithful 
•lervant . . . enter thou into the joy of thy Lord." 

W. H. BROWN 




MRS. J. L. MIDGETTE 
1887-1955 

Mrs. Loudisa Hooper Midgette, widow of the Reverend J. L. Midgette, died at the 
[lome of her son, Linville, in Carj-, North Carolina, July 17, 1955. Although she had 
;)een sick and confined to her bed for some time, her death came as a surprise to her 
(oved ones and many friends, for she had made improve- 
hient and was able to be up some. The funeral was 
Conducted in Gary Methodist Church July 19, by the 
fteverend B. L. Davidson, her pastor, assisted by the 
Reverends B. O. Merritt, B. F. Boone, and H. B. Baum. 
Her body was laid to rest beside that of her husband in 
he cemetery at Norlina, North Carolina. 

Mrs. Midgette, the daughter of Rowan and Jane 
lobinson Hooper, was born at Salvo, Dare County, North 
Zlarolina, May 5, 1887. In 1906 she was married to J. L. 
Midgette. Some years later Mr. Midgette felt the call 
"o the Christian ministry, and with him she answered the 
rail and accepted the challenge to serve God in the North 
parolina Conference of the Methodist Church. Together 
hey labored for a number of years, serving the following 
charges: Avon; Hemp (Bobbins); Newton Grove; Center 
|lill; Halifax; Norlina; Fuquay Springs; Gary. 
J They were indeed, "Workers together" for the Lord. Because of his weak eyes, she 
jead much for her husband and thereby helped him in his studies. Together they carried 
|n the program of the Church. Together they visited, giving spiritual guidance and 
'^omfort to the people of their parish. Together they worked with the youth, one of 




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whom was the writer. To ine she was a spiritual mother throughout the years. Hei 
unconscious influence and good advice meant much in causing me to enter the Christiar 
ministry and have been a constant source of inspiration and encouragement to me. Theii 
time together was far too short, for the earthly union was broken on May 4, 1935, wher 
Mr. Midgette answered the "one clear call" to join "that yonder sacred throng." But Mrs 
Midgette did not cease from labors for the Lord. She continued to serve in her loca 
church, and her conference, being active in the Woman's Society of Christian Service 
and other work as long as her health would permit. 

She was a woman of great faith and deep conviction. She gave of her best to the 
Master: in the simple faith of her childhood, in the strength of her youth, in the vigo; 
and wisdom of her womanhood. She also gave herself in devoted love as a Christiar 
mother and a faithful wife. Truly, she gave God all her life. Her testimony was that she 
could not remember when she became a Christian, for she had always loved Christ a' 
her friend and Saviour.She was quiet and unassuming; yet she was an efiFective worker 
being held in high esteem by those with whom she worked. "Blessed are the dead whc 
die in the Lord from henceforth; yea, saith the Spirit, that they may rest from theij 
labors; and their works do follow them." 

H. L. DAVIS 



MRS. JULIA SMITH JOHNSON 
1868-1955 



Mrs. Julia Smith Johnson was born in Wayne County near Goldsboro, North Carolina 
June 19, 1868, in the cotmtry home of her parents Needham Jacob Smith and Sara 
Peele Smith. 

During childhood, and as a young woman, she at- 
tended Sunday school and church at Mt. Carmel, just a 
few miles away, where the parents and other relatives 
had worshipped for many years. Later, she attended 
school at Henderson Female College in Henderson, North 
Carolina. Mr. J. M. Rhodes was president of the College, 
which a few years later was moved to Littleton, Nortli 
Carolina, and became Little Female College, then Little- 
ton College. 

Returning from school she became a teacher in one 
of the county schools near Pikeville, but "The Man" in 
lier life persuaded her that her talents could be used tc 
a much better advantage as a minister's wife, so on 
January 1, 1889, she became the wife of James Gabriel 
Johnson, who was also reared in the section of Wayne 
County where she grew up. 

Now she was a Methodist preacher's wife! The Annual 
Conference had just convened and his appointment was Marion, North Carolina. Thai 
was a long way from home in those days, and they had not been so near the mountains 
before, so moving to Marion was quite a venture. 

The next conference returned him to eastern Carolina where they lived, worked 
and ministered for many years. 

The Annual Conferences were always held in December, the coldest month of all 
in those years. Since they were moving anyway it seemed wise, and good, to return t< 
her parents' home for the birth of tlieir first child who was born December 21, ani 
named Clement Moorman. Four years later a daughter, Julia Gladys, was born in Clinton 
North Carolina. 

The horse and buggy days were not easy for the circuit preacher, and certainly not 
for the wife and small children, so she remained at home most of the time serving as : 
good mother, a good neighbor, Sunday school teacher and certainly an active worke 
in the Ladies' Aid Society. 

Her whole life was mostly that way — quiet, unassuming, reserved, nothing spectacular 




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or anything about which anyone would write a book, but always a devoted wife, mother, 

friend and loyal to her church. 

Parsonage living was not easy either, but the cupboard was never bare and because 

of her talent and abihty to sew, the family was usually nicely dressed. However, because 

of the many advantages of parsonage living, knowing that she had a definite part in 

building God's kingdom on earth, and the many friends during those years, she was 

patient, uncomplaining and happy. 

Then at times sadness came into the home. The sudden death of her father, then 

the mother, and some years later the brother, Rufus Jackson Smith, and a sister, Mrs. 

Nora Johnson, both of Goldsboro. 

Two sisters are still living in Goldsboro, Mrs. Molly Thompson and Mrs. Mattie 

Sammons. A brother, Hal L. Smith, lives in Philadelphia, Pa. 

The son, Clement M. Johnson, is a resident of Morehead City, North Carolina. 
Years passed and there were grandchildren to love and help care for, so they settled 

down near the daughter and her family, (Mrs. Roy Sutherland) in Laurinburg, N. C. The 
I preacher husband had retired from regular active service and they had a little home close 
I by which they called, "The Play House." They lived happily there for about six years, 
I then on January 8, 1945, having spent most of his 83 years loving, working for, and 
I serving his Heavenly Father, we could almost hear Him say, "Jim, you seem so tired! 
I come home to my house." 

I The sadness and hurt because of separation is difficult, especially in the late years, 
' so for ten years there was a feeling of aloneness, even though she lived in the home with 
' loved ones. 

Because of several falls and blindness due to cataracts, she was in very poor health 

for three years. She was 87 years old now and our Heavenly Father seemed to feel that 

she had served, she had sacrificed, she had endured enough, and the time had come for 
1 rest and peace and happiness, with the loved ones who had gone before. So our loving 
! and merciful Heavely Father came again on August 12, 1955, and seemed to say, "Julia, 
j you have lived a long useful life in which I am well pleased, come with me to my 
; house." 
' The funeral services were held in the home, her pastor, the Reverend Henry Ruark, 

officiating, assisted by the Reverend Hevdtt Fulton, pastor of the First Presbyterian 
I Church. 

She was laid to rest in Hillside Cemetery beneath a mound of beautiful flowers, a 

fitting tribute to a sweet, gentle, lovable, Christian woman. 
I Written with a great feeling of humility, much love, and thanks for many happy 

memories. GLADYS JOHNSON SUTHERLAND 



MRS. MARY VVOODLEY MERRITT 
1871-1955 

Mrs. Mary Woodley Merritt, widow of the Reverend 
! William C. Merritt, died in Lexington, N. C, on October 

5, 1955, after a serious illness of one day. Her funeral 
I was conducted in First Methodist Church, Lexington, by 

the Reverend Howard C. Wilkinson, and the burial 
• service was conducted by the Reverend E. B. Fisher in 
! Maplewood Cemetery, Durham, N. C. 
( Mrs. Merritt was a noble Christian soul in every way. 
' She taught school for six years before her marriage in 
' 1895. She joined the church when quite young and 

always was very much interested in the work of the 

church. She and her husband established a truly Christian 
i home, one in which first things were put first. They were 
> instrumental in leading to the salvation of large numbers, 

for they taught both by precept and example the principles of the Christian life. Mrs. 

Merritt was active in the various phases of church work. Her activities included serving 

as president of the Woman's Society of Christian Service, director of youth and children, 




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teacher of adults, and work with choirs. She was awarded a Life Membership in the 
Woman's Socie*:}/ of Christian Service. With the passing of the years she retained her 
wonderful Christian faith and was a source of constant inspiration to all who were 
associated with her. 

To Mrs. Merritt and her husband, five children were born: the first child, a girl, died 
in infancy. She is survived by the following children: Julia, of Lexington; Ruth, of 
Lexington and Louisburg College; Woodley C. of Honolulu, Hawaii; and Ethel (Mrs. 
Ottis M. Hedrick) of Lexington. She is survived also by two half-sisters: Mrs. Ida 
Grey, Norfolk, Virginia, and Mrs. Clara M. Windley, Suffolk, Virginia. 

Mrs. Merritt's life was characterized by a great love for the members of her family, 
for the Methodist Church, and for God. Her life here on earth will continue to bear 
fruit for the righteousness in the hves of all to whom she was known before her departure 
to the heavenly home prepared for children of God. She is still active in her Father's 
house prepared for her by her Elder Brother, Jesus Christ, with angels and archangels 
singing the sweet anthems of glory. All who knew her rise up and call her blessed. 

J. J. BOONE 



MRS. FLORA McIVOR BODDIE MOYLE 
1869-1956 

On February 7, 1956, the gentle spirit of Mr. Flora Mclvor Boddie Moyle was 
released from pain, and she went home to rest in her Father's House. 

She was born August 25, 1869, the daughter of J. H. B. Boddie and Leah Vick 
Boddie of Nash County, N. C. 

On November 28, 1893, she was married to a young 
Methodist minister, Samuel Thomas Moyle, who was 
then serving the Nashville Circuit. For about 35 years 
she was his faithful companion and helpmeet, as they 
served together many charges in the N. C. Conference, 
including those at Manteo; Ocracoke; St. John's, Golds- 
boro; and Fairmont. 

Her life was one of unselfish service to her Master; 
giving freely of her time and talents to all phases of 
the work of the church, and helping her husband with 
his pastoral duties. In the Sunday School, the choir, and 
in the Woman's Missionary Society, she was ever ready 
to give her best efi^orts, and at one time she served as 
District Secretary of Woman's Missionary Society. 

Her love for her church never waned and she 
attended its services as long as her health permitted. At 
one of the las' meetings she attended she gave an inspiring program in her Circle of 
W.S.C.S. 

She made h.r home with her daughter, Mrs. Montee Maddox in Goldsboro, and it 
was she, who tenderly cared for her mother during the three and one-half years she was 
confined to her bed. Mrs. Moyle bore, uncomplainingly, these years of pain, and was 
"sustained and soothed by an unfaltering trust" knowing Him in whom she believed. 

Three sons, William, of Lynchburg, Va.; Samuel T. of Columbia, S. C; and Paul, 
of West Palm Beach, Fla.; and daughter, Mrs. Montee Maddox, survive along with 
seven grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. 

Passing out of the shadow 

Into a purer light; 
Stepping behind the curtain 

Getting a clearer sight. 
Passing out of the shadow 

Into Eternal Day; 
Why do we call it dying, 
This sweet going away? 

ISA SILLS DAMERON 





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MRS. I. S. RICHMOND 
1897-1956 

Mrs. I. S. Richmond, known to her intimate circle of friends as "Nannie Mack," 
was born in Edgecombe County, North Carolina, on December 28, 1887. She was 
the daughter of Robert Mack Brown and Nannie Harper Brown. On August 9, 1924, 
she was married to the Reverend I. S. Richmond. Two 
I children were bom to this consecrated couple: Robert, 
iwho died in 1954, and Mrs. Elda Richmond Edwards. 

Nannie Mack died February 11, 1956, after a long 
I illness. Her funeral was conducted in the Pinetops 
Methodist Church in Pinetops, her girlhood home, on 
Sunday, February 12, 1956, by the Rev. W. L. Clegg, 
the Rev. C. F. Heath, and the Rev. Vance Lewis. Inter- 
ment was in the cemetery at Pinetops. She is survived 
by her husband, her daughter, one grandchild, and five 
sisters. 

Nannie Mack came as near being the ideal wife of 
la minister as any her contemporaries ever knew. She was 
ja natural fit in the parsonage home. Her talents were 
dedicated and directed to two directions: her home and 
her church. At every place where she and her preacher- 
husband lived and served she made a good and lasting 
impression. Every community in which she lived and labored is a better community 
because she passed that way and every church where her husband was pastor is a better 
and stronger church because it was blessed by her quiet and consecrated service. She 
(possessed a special talent for calming troubled hearts and she helped lift what seemed 
;it times to be unbearable loads from the troubled souls of many. She had a way of 
iwinning close and loyal friends. Her own sincere and genuine concern awakened a like 
'i-oncern and interest in others. There was no pretense or affectation about her. Her love 
'.was "without dissimulation." To know her was to realize that here was no superficial 
person, but a deeply religious, sincere, and capable child of God. 

[ Sorrow and ill-health was her portion the last three years of her life. However, she 
jrlid not allow this to embitter her. If anything her faith grew stronger and her chief 
oncern remained for others and not for herself. 

A good and gracious woman has walked among us. A devoted wife and faithful 
nother bore a glowing testimony supported by a life of consistent Christian endeavor. 

"Out of the dusk a shadow, 
Then a spark; 
Out of the cloud a silence. 

Then a lark; 
Out of the heart a rapture. 

Then a pain; 
Out of the dead, cold ashes, 
Life again!" 

W. L. CLEGG 



MRS. STELLA NORRIS HARMON 

1879-1956 

Mrs. Stella Norris Harmon, the faithful wife and constant companion of the Reverend 
John C. Harmon; died May 7, 1956. Funeral services were conducted at Edenton Street 
■>hurch, Raleigh, N. C, by the Reverends Howard P. Powell, H. M. Jamieson and W. A. 



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W Cade. Interment was in the Apex Cemetery, the com- 

^,- < munity of her childhood; and was conducted by Dr. 

K ^ H. P. Powell and the Reverend H. S. Garris. 

am f Mrs. Harmon was born June 22, 1879, the daughter 

W of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Allen Norris, a prominent Wake 

% ^ County family. She and Brother Harmon were married 

1 ^ .S September 16, 1908. She had lived nearly seventy-seven 

»^^^ I'IH >ears, and had shared the life of the ministry and in 

^P^K^ ^,, ^^ the parsonage with her good husband forty-seven and 

^hH ^HI '^ ^^^^^ years. 

Hh^Hk ^ She did indeed share life with her preacher husband 

^HHHPl I with all its responsibilities, anxieties, joys and privileges. 

Wff^ ^ It was this writer's privilege to have known them in their 

home and in the fellowship of this ministry over a 

period of thirt>' years. Rarely did we see one without 

- - -- the other. They were a team and inseparable companions 

except by the inexorable power of death. But they were 

sure that death's \ ictory is but for a brief moment, and that soon will come the eternal 

reunion in God's heavenly kingdom. 

She was educated at Greensboro College and had many of the cultural qualities of 
life, especially playing the piano. She withheld no talent or service she could render. 
For the past several years of their retirement she and Brother Harmon lived in their 
home in Raleigh. Thev continued constant in their interest in the church and the worship 
of God. 

Their union had been blessed with two fine children, John C. Harmon, Jr., of Wash- 
ington, D. C, and Mrs. Richard L. Cromarty of San Francisco, California, both of whom 
were educated at Duke Uni\ersity. There are five grandchildren. Thus the tide of life 
flows on and on. 

W. A. CADE 



MRS. CHAS. O. DuRANT 
1861-1956 



When the message came of the passing of my dear friend, Mrs. Geneva Edgerton 
DuRant, in the twilight hour of Mother's Day, Sunday, May 13, 1956, immediately there 
came to my mind the words of that beautiful resurrection hymn: 
"The strife is o'er, the battle done; 
The victory of life is won: 
The song of triumph has begun." 

Reviewing the years since our friendship began in 
1915 soon after Mrs. DuRant and her late husband, the 
Reverend Charles Owen DuRant, moved into the Meth- 
odist parsonage in Snow Hill and I moved into the town 
as the bride of one of its doctors, I think the characteristic 
I admired most in her was her gallantry. She was truly 
one whom the "Stings and arrows of outrageous fortune" 
could never intimidate. Though for many years a great 
sufferer, she ne\'er lost her keen interest in people and 
in their problems and never failed to come up with a 
solution to a problem, provided it was asked for. Mrs. 
DuRant had an active mind and a ready wit which she 
retained until her passing. She attained the age of 
ninety-four years and eight months and until the last 
Few months of her life read the newspapers and her Bible daily. In fact, she read the 
Bible in its entirety more than a score of times during her busy life. 

Gene^'a Arcada Edgerton was born of Quaker parents, Nathan Edgerton and Sallie 




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Pike Edgerton, on September 22, 1861, in the Nahunta section of Wayne County and 
was the youngest and last survivor of sixteen children. 

She was married to the late Reverend Charles Owen DuRant of the North Carolina 
Methodist Conference on November 18, 1891, and was a great help and a constant 
source of inspiration to him throughout his ministry of almost forty years duration. One 
of her greatest natural endowments was the gift of nursing and she was always ready to 
: minister to the sick whenever an opportunity arose. She was a meticulous housekeeper 
I and it is literally true that every parsonage she lived in was in better condition when 
I she moved out than when she moved in. 

Following Mr. DuRant's death in 1919, shortly after his last pastorate in Snow Hill, 
j Mrs. DuRant made her home with her daughter and son-in-law, Ethel DuRant Lasitter 
! and Mark C. Lasitter, Sr., and their love and tender care kept her alive long bevond 
I her life expectancy. The devotion of her other daughter and son, Winnie Dale DuRant 
' and Fred Owen DuRant, will remain as a memorial to a true mother throughout the 
I years to come. Mrs. DuRant's only grandson, Mark C. Lasitter, Jr., and her lovely little 
• great-granddaughter, Deborah Lee Lasitter, also shared in the affection she felt for her 
I own children. 

I During the latter years of her life she became tremendouslv interested in the work of 
! the Green County Tuberculosis Association and until the fall of 1955 she personally 
. folded the hundT-eds of thousands of seals for the mail sale, together with the accompany- 
ing letters, for which she was given due recognition by the press. 

Always there shone in Mrs. DuRant a strong, brave, persistent, unquenchable light. 
Someone has said, "Life is no brief candle to me. It is a sort of snlendid torch which I 
have got hold of for a moment, and I want to make it burn bri^rhtlv as possible before 
'handing it on to future generations." And this, I am sure, was Mrs. DuRant's credo. 

Trulv she could sav with St. Paul: "I have fought a good fight, I have finished my 
course, T have kept the faith: and henceforth there is laid up for me a crown of righteous- 
ness which the Lord, the rif^hteous Judge, shall give me at that day: and not to me only, 
V-iit unto all them also that love His appearing." 

The fimeral services were held at the home of her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and 
Mrs. Mark C. Lasitter, Sr. Assisting her pastor, the Reverend W. B. Cotton, in the 
service were two former pastors, the Reverend J. D. Young of Beaufort and the Reverend 
J. A. Russell of New Bern. 

Her body was borne to its last resting place in St. Barnabas Cemetery in Snow Hill 
bv six of her great-nephews in the late afternoon of May 14, there to lie by that of her 
husband and together with him await resurrection. 

The beautiful verses below were written bv her daughter, Winnie Dale DuRant, and 
express the feeling of all who knew and loved Mrs. DuRant: 

"I will not grieve! 
I will not shed a tear at her release! 
It must be sweet indeed 
To leave these prison walls of flesh 
And stand in radiance at last 
On heaven's threshold vast. 
And just as truly as kind hands 
Reached out to meet her when she came. 
Angelic hands outstretch today 
To greet her in His holy name. 
My heart rejoices now to know 
That she is free from pain: 
She walks in peace and blessedness 
Until the day we meet again." 

MRS. MARY COLVIN MURPHY 




108 North Carolina Annual Conference 

JAMES WALTER SMITH 

1886-1955 

James Walter Smith was born in a Christian home. His earthly pilgrimage began 
September 19, 1886, in the vicinity of St. Pauls, and ended while living in Pembroke, 
Nortli Carolina, and pastoring the Fairview-Hickory Grove Circuit, Wilmington District, 
North Carolina Conference, November 20, 1955. He had 
quite a rich experience during these sixty-nine years. 
His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Smith, were farmers 
and attended Thessalonica Methodist Church, in the 
Saddle Tree vicinity. His parents were faithful attendants 
of cliurch and noted for taking their children with them. 
Walter as a boy, had experience on the farm, as a 
barber in St. Pauls, and was educated in the schools of 
Robeson County and in a Methodist Institute in Athens, 
Tennessee. He succeeded his father as church school 
superintendent in his home church. He was young, 
handsome, brilliant and aggressive, he adorned that office 
and gave it a new dignity. 

Brother Smith taught in the public schools of Robeson 
County for 39 years, served as Postmaster in the Pem- 
broke Post Office for 4 years and was pastor in various 
Methodist Churches in Robeson, Bladen, Richmond, and 
Scotland counties in North Carolina, and in Dillon County, South Carolina. 

He was an efficient administrator, and an excellent pastor. His greatness was best 
revealed in his relationship to God. Among his many choice verses in the Bible is found 
in the 16th Division of Psalms, the 11th verse: 

"Thou wilt show me the path of life; 
in thy presence is fullness of joy; 
at thy right hand there are pleasures 
for evermore." 

He was indeed the "full corn in the ear," ripe and hanging lightly to be plucked by 
the hand Divine. With courage and hope he quietly met the end, and at this hour we 
pay our homage to the memory of a true churchman, a great public servant, a noble 
and spiritual-minded man, and our dear friend. 

On December 23, 1914, he was married to Miss Lelah Locklear of Lumberton, 
North Carolina. She was a devoted companion in the work of his ministry, a firm source 
of inspiration, and a tower of strength to him as he labored in his ministry. To this 
union were born seven children. Neill Archie died at 22 months. Others are Mrs. Frank 
H. Epps, assistant supervisor of schools; Rodger Millard Smith, credit investigator. 
Providence, R. I.: Mrs. Delton H. Lowry, Pembroke, N. C; Joseph Walter Smith, 
agromony department. State College, Raleigh, N. C; Mrs. David H. Ransom, State of 
Maryland; and Henry Wellington Smith, of Pembroke, N. C. They have all taken their 
places as educated Christian citizens in various fields of labor and are rendering fine 
service to God and man. 

Funeral services were held on November 23, 2:30 p.m. at the First Methodist Church, 
Pembroke, by the writer; the pastor. Reverend R. E. Garland and the district superin- 
tendent, Rev. Vergil E. Oueen, with interment following in his home cemetery. Many 
Conference brethren and hundreds of other friends came to the services. 

Our lives are richer because he lived and labored among us. I find it impossible to 
ex-press my admiration for my dear friend of the years. I knew him from his boyhood 
d.iys. My aff^ections were formed for him in the early years of his life, and that aflFection 
never waned or wavered. We shall greet each other again in the "sweet by-and-by." 

He was a great singer, and here is one of his favorite hymns: 



Journal of Proceedings 109 

'Jesus Saviour, pilot me 
Over life's tempestuous sea; 
Unknown waves before me roll 
Hiding rocks and treacherous shoal; 
Chart and compass came from Thee 
Jesus Saviour pilot me. 
As a inother stills her child 
Thou canst hush tlie ocean wild; 
Boisterous waves obey thy will 
When thou sayest to them, "Be still." 
Wondrous Sovereign of the sea — 
Jesus Saviour pilot me. 
When at last I near tlie shore 
And the fearful breakers roar, 
'Twixt me and the peaceful rest 
Then while leaning on thy breast 
May I hear Thee say to me, 
"Fear not, I will pilot thee." Amen. 

DOCTER F. LOWRY 



WILLIAM CARROLL SHAW 
1881-1956 



God's great plan for a human being is undiscernable from the beginning of a life, 
Ijut as one looks backward o\er the span of earthly existence, God's great plan can be 
>t lu in His moulding and using of such a life. Thus it is that God was able to use 
W illiam Carroll Shaw in many diverse ways. As a soldier, 
lawyer, teacher, court clerk and minister he was found 
cin unfailing witness for righteousness in every phase of 

lilr. 

Born on May 5, 1881, in the Mount Hope community, 

southwest of Greensboro in Guilford County, Nordi 
[ Carolina, he was the youngest son of William Henry Clay 
I, Shaw and Sarah Louise Walker Shaw. He attended 
I school at the Whitsett Institute and studied law in the 
, LaSalle University Extension Division in Chicago, Illinois. 

As a young man he practiced law in California and then 

returned to North Carolina to become a school teacher 

in Alamance County. In 1917 he went to Hopewell, 
, Virginia to work as a bookkeeper in a government war 
' plant. It was while here that he married Miss Martha 
' Alice Saunders. 

Having felt since early manhood the urge of God to 

preach the good news, he frequently held services in the communities where he Uved. 
•, In 1920, he began his Christian vocation on a full-time basis on the Guilford Circuit. 

Later, he served churches in Michigan and Ohio. During the depression years he worked 

for the Imperial Life Insurance Company in Wilmington, North Carolina, and served 
I as Deputy Clerk of New Hanover County. In 1945 he returned to the full-time ministry 
« and was appointed to the Bath Circuit of the North Carolina Conference. He then was 

sent to the Bynum Charge. In 1955 he was appointed to the Mamers Charge in the 

Raleigh District. This charge is composed of Spring Hill, Cool Springs, Mount Ariel, 

Woodside and Union Churches. 




110 North Carolina Annual Conference 

On Friday, April 27, 1956, he and his family had planned a trip, and shortly after noon 
he had gone to the Boone Trail School to pick up his grandchild. As he got out of his 
car he went to a near-by tree to rest awhile. The school principal found him there 
having suffered a severe heart attack. A doctor was called but death came within a 
short time after the attack. 

This faithful servant of God is survived by his wife, Martha Alice Shaw; three sons, 
the Reverend S. M. Shaw of Allardt, Tennessee; Thomas Shaw of Bogalusa, Louisiana; 
and B. G. Shaw of Baltimore, Maryland; two daughters, Mrs. F. L. Dowdy of Kerners- 
ville; and Mrs. L. G. Dodd of the Hawaiian Islands; one sister, Mrs. Jacob Coble of 
Greensboro: and 14 grandchildren. 

Fvmeral services were held in the Spring Hill Church at 2:00 p.m. on April 29, with 
the following ministers conducting the services: The Reverend E. C. Shoaf, pastor of 
the Lillington Methodist Church, the Reverend J. Kern Ormond, pastor of the Trinity 
Methodist Church of Raleigh, the Reverend Lester March, pastor of Antioch Baptist 
Church, and the Reverend J. B. Garrett, pastor of the Leaflet Presbyterian Church. Burial 
was in Mount Hope Cemetery near Greensboro, North Carolina. 

Wherever he went William Carroll Shaw and his family left a host of friends. His 
quiet, peaceful wisdom was a source of guidance to many a life. His friendly concern 
for people left his mark on many a heart. His consecrated Christian life led many a soul 
to Christ his Master and his friend. 

J. KERN ORMOND 



Journal of Proceedings 
ROLL OF DECEASED PREACHERS 



111 



1940-1956 



DATE OF BIRTH 



DATE OF DEATH 



John Monroe Wright 

IFrancis Ernest Dixon 

William Calhoun Merritt . . ■ 

James Marion Lowder 

Herman Theophilus Coley • 
Raleigh Alexander Bruton . . 
Edward Norman Harrison . . 

John Bolivar Hurley 

^'athan H. D. Wilson 

John Thomas Gibbs 

William Henry Townsend . . 
Frank Mebane Shamburger . 

James Manley Rhodes 

jaston Troy Adams 

Hampton McRae Jackson . . 

Tames Henry Buffaloe 

Andrew James Groves 

L'imoihy Alexander Sikes . . 

jeorge H. Biggs 

)avid Isham Garner 

(ohn P. Bross 

.Valter Herbert Pavy 

'""rancis Boyd Peele 

•ieorge Washington Perry 
Clnier Dewey Weathers 
.jauder Beaman Pattishall 
Suclid Harvey McWhorter . 
•v'eill Beckworth Johnson . . . 
:)avid Roscoe Williams 
?hurman Gomez Vickers . . . 

Srnesl Golden Overton 

ohn Watson Autry 

ames Gabriel Johnson 

Villiara Floid Trawick 

ames Adolphus Dailey 

Cornelius Blackman Culbreth 

Cdvvin C. Glenn 

lufus Rhodes Grant 

Villiam Towe 

Vhitford Frank Walters . . 

joy Vernon Harris 

"homas Stanley Coble 

;reasy Kinion Proctor 

Dli Baxter Craven 

;harley Lafayette Spencer . 
ames Townsend Stanford . . 

?amuel F. Nicks 

Jharles Lewis Read 

Senson H. Black 

ieorge Lee Reynolds 

ohn P. Starnes 

acob H. McCracken 

waiter Patten 

V'esley Frank Craven 

•ded I. Hinson 

Illton P. Hodges 

ohn C. Williams 

Lrnold C. Thompson 

Jharles N. Phillips 

ohn H. Shore 

ohn R. Edwards 

-uther B. Bridges 

ohn C. Humble 

lorman C. Yearby 

esse D. Bundy 

ames Carson Whedbee 

ames Arthur Martin 

ames Marvin Culbreth ... 
rank Helton Joyner 



June 19, 1876 

October 4, 1872 
February 27, 1866 
December 31, 1852 
June 18, 1913 
November 16, 1863 
December 20, 1880 
February 24. 1859 
January 26, 1866 
September 10, 1848 
February 19, 1855 
January 10, 1860 
April 17, 1850 
September 10, 1864 
August 5, 1860 . 

October 3, 1874 . 
August 3, 1857 
January 5, 1870 . . 

July 12, 1856 

February 19, 1892 

February, 1876 

June 13, 1882 

May 16, 1889 

May 7, 1887 

March 23, 1899 . . . 

April 24, 1883 

March 29, 1869 

April 26, 1887 

September 27, 1868 
December 12, 1887 . 

April 27, 1900 

May 28, 1872 

June 2, 1861 

November 4, 1886 . 

May 23, 1868 

August 14, 1876 . . . . 

April 3, 1858 

October 13, 1871 

July 15, 1865 

December 21, 1887 . 

May 2. 1899 

May 1, 1875 

September 4, 1889 . . 
December 21, 1875 
March 14, 1879 
September 26. 1871 
January 21, 1874 
November 15, 1869 . 
November 28. 1873 
December 25, 1873 
January 12, 1877 . . 
July 15, 1863 
September 15, 1880 

July 7, 1858 

March 13, 1874 

October 8, 1879 

A ugust 20. 1882 

March 9, 1896 

March 26, 1875 

July 31, 1865 

April 3, 1889 

February 14, 1884 . . 
January 28, 1872 . . 
March 26, 1872 . 

December 12, 1859 . 

May 9, 1878 

April 2, 1882 

January 13, 1880 . . . 
October 12, 1901 .... 



April 23, 1940 

June 6, 1940 

June 14. 1940 

August 16, 1940 
August 18, 1940 
August 25, 1940 . 
October 22. 1940 
November 4, 1940 
November 9, 1940 
December 28, 1940 
January 21, 1941 
February 24, 1941 

July 3, 1941 

July 4, 1941 
January 26, 1942 
March 3, 1942 ... 
April 19, 1942 
February 4, 1943 . 
February 13, 1943 . 
March 23, 1943 ... 

April 6, 1943 

April 16, 1943 .... 

June 24, 1943 

November 19, 1943 
December 24, 1943 
February 2, 1944 
February 2, 1944 . 

March 9, 1944 

June 15, 1944 

August 14, 1944 . 
November 13, 1944 
November 18, 1944 
January 8, 1945 . . . . 
April 16. 1945 
November 18. 1945 
January 1, 1946 . . 
January 13. 1946 . . 
February 23, 1946 . . 

May 28, 1946 

June 11, 1946 

June 13, 1946 

June 20, 1946 

June 25, 1946 

August 29, 1946 . . . 
October 8, 1946 . . . . 
October 13, 1946 . . 
October 28, 1946 . 
November 8, 1946 
November 23, 1946 
December 4, 1946 
December 17, 1946 . 
December 17, 1946 . 

March 8, 1947 

August 21, 1947 . . . 
August 30, 1947 . . . 

July 23, 1947 

October 26, 1947 . . . 
December 3, 1947 . 
December 12, 1947 
February 3, 1948 . 

May 17, 1948 

May 27, 1948 

August 14, 1948 . . . 

October 4, 1948 

October 18, 1948 . . . 
December 4, 1948 . . 
March 12, 1949 . . . . 
March 29, 1949 .... 
May 15. 1949 



112 



North Carolina Annual Conference 



NAME 


DATE OF BIRTH 


DATE OF DEATH 


III 


James William Potter 


May 11, 1852 


September 26. 1949 


1896 


Horatio S. B. Thompson 


February 29, 1868 


November 19, 1949 


1893 


Benjamin Herriot Houston . . 


November 27. 1890 .... 


March 16. 1950 


1920 


James G. Phillips 


July 22. 1900 


May 25, 1950 


1921 


Lloyd Baum Jones 

William Joseph Watson 


June 4, 1878 


May 26 1950 


1905 


January 21, 1875 


June 27, 1950 


1908 


Cicero Harris Caviness 


December 24, 1870 


November 8, 1950 


1899 


Jesse Lee Cuninggim 

Thomas Edward Oavis 


March 21 1870 


December 1950 


1903 


January 6, 1864 


February 14, 1951 


1915 




September 21, 1891 ... 
June 13 1869 


March 27, 1951 


1916 




June 3 1951 


1902 


Elijah L. Stack 


May 9, 1872 


June 2'2. 1951 


1909 




June 16 1857 


Dec 23 1951 


1884 


John W Harrell 


October 18 1870 


Dec 11 1951 


1920 


Neill M McDonald ■ • 


April 29, 1876 

May 3, 1869 

March 30, 1876 


July 18. 1952 


1903 


Charles A. Jones 

J. William Sneeden 


Julv 20 1952 


1903 


September 25, 1952 


1925 


Samuel A. Maxwell 


September 27, 1897 . . 


October 12. 1952 


1932 


Robert Edgar Brown 

Benjamin Portivant Robinson 






1924 


August 27, 1880 


November 26, 1952 


1905 


Louis Thompson Singleton . . 


October 20, 1877 


November 30, 1952 


1906 


Thomas McMillan Grant 


July 28, 1886 


December 31, 1952 


1909 


Harley Archie Chester 


January 28, 1900 


April 6, 1953 


1925 










Jesse Franklin Usrey 


April 11, 1862 


July 23, 1953 


1912 


Edward Hill Davis 


July 3, 1860 


September 14, 1953 


1886 


Marvin Earl Tyson 


March 4, 1901 


October 11, 1953 


1943 


Louis Edward Sawyer 


July 7, 1872 


November 13, 1953 


1903 


Marion Timothy Plyler 


September 14, 1867 


March 24, 1954 


1892 


Lemon Harvey Joyner 


July 30, 1863 


June 7, 1954 


1892 


Jesse Marvin Ormond 


January 20, 1878 . 


June 24, 1954 




Frederick Arthur Lupton 


November 6, 1882 


October 3. 1954 


1913 


Seymour Esmond Mercer ■ • . . 


November 6, 1906 


November 22, 1954 


1927 


Jesse Thomas Draper 


November 12, 1865 


December 6, 1954 


1891 


Orrin W. Dowd 


October 28, 187o 


October 30, 1955 




Harry Cleveland Smith 


March 26, 1886 


March 5, 1956 . 


1912 


William A. Parsons 


October 7, 1872 


March 7, 1956 


1897 


James Marvin Jolliff 


September 25, 1879 


May 13, 1956 


1923 


Ethelbert L. Hill 


February 27, 1887 


May 19, 1956 





Journal of Proceedings 113 

Section IV 
REPORTS 



PART I 
REPORTS OF DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENTS 



BURLINGTOxN DISTRICT 
Allen P. Brantley, District Superintendent 

The pastors and laymen of tlie Burlington District have done an excellent work this 
\car. llie toUowing report reiiects their loyalty to the church and the eagerness with 
which they have committed themselves to iheir tasks. 

Evangelism: We have received 606 on Profession of Faith, 552 by Certificate. A total 
of l,iaO. Our lossess have been sl-J, with a net gain of 5yci. The Commissions on Mem- 
bership and Evangelism, with die pastors have accomplished tiiis record by revival meet- 
ings. Personal Visitation Evangehsm, Preparatory Classes for both youth and adults and 
special emphasis carried on through the Sunday School. 

Christian Education: We have held six Sub-District Training Schools this year with 
I tutal attendance of 865. Vacation Bible Schools have been held in practically every 
church in the district. Some few remain to be held this summer. 

\ A number of our churches have the Adovcate coming into every home. We have a 
total of 1,685 subscribers to the Advocate. 

Missioi^s: Our Mission Specials for this year have amounted to $29,544.00 of wliich 
SI, 255 have gone to our Methodist College in Alaska. $15,381 have gone to new 
churches in the district. Special mention should be given to Steele Street, Sanford, 
\\ hich has contributed $10,500 to our new church. Trinity, Sanford. 

Lay Activities: We have 22 Methodist Men's Organizations in the district, and 
under the enthusiastic leadership of District Lay Leader Mr. James F. Rogers others 
ire being planned. We have 165 lay speakers who took part in our No Silent Pulpit 
.anipaign this year. 

Churches Dedicated: Concord Church on the Silk Hope Charge was dedicated on 
August 3rd, 1955. Orange Chapel, Clover Garden and Concord educational buildings 
(vvere all dedicated on the same day, September 18th, 1955. They are the churches which 
.jompose the Whitney Cross Charge. Front Street Church, Burlington, was dedicated on 
October 28th, 1955. The educational building on the Fanview Charge was dedicated on 
fune 3rd, 1956. 

Parsonages Dedicated: The parsonage on the Salem-Chapel Charge was dedicated 
)n October 18th, 1955. The parsonage on the Cobb Circuit was dedicated on June 10th, 
L956. 

Baptism: 220 infants have been christened, and 349 adults have been baptized. 

New Church Building: Graham has completed the first unit of their building program, 
ui impressive and imposing structure costing $210,000. BeUmont, on the Mt. Hermon 
"harge has a $120,000 structure about half finished. Mt. Hermon Church on the Mt. 
Sermon Charge is also building a new church about one-third finished, costing $125,000. 
3oth churches hope to be in their new buildings by January. 

^ Fellowship Halls costing from fifteen to twenty thousand dollars have been built at 
-.edar Cfiff Church on the Mt. Hermon Charge, at Salem Church on the Salem-Chapel 
-harge, and at Bethel Church on the Burfington Circuit Charge. 

; Smyrna and Bascom's Chapel churches on the Bobbins Circuit have remodeled their 
fchurches costing approximately $20,000. 

Center Church on the Silk Hope Charge has recently completed a new educational 
:)uilding and have plans to begin a new sanctuary by early fall. Bobbins has begun the 
construction of an additional educational unit costing $45,000. Webb Avenue in Bur- 
mgton is ready to let the contract for a new addition to their educational building 
•osting $50,000. 

Moncure Church is completely remodeled and additional Sunday School rooms have 
)een added costing approximately $25,000. Saxapahaw has remodeled the inside of the 



114 North Carolina Annual Conference 

sanctuary, adding new pews, pulpit furniture and carpet, costing $20,000. West Bur- 
lington has paid a $l:i,OUU debt olt then education building tins year, and has let the 
contract tor a remodeling job on the inside ot the churcli. Davis Street Church has 
paid !t>20,000 on their debt, and Jt)iJO,000 tor the purchase of property next to the church. 

New Churches: Trinity Church, Santord, through the generosity of the members of 
Steele Street Church, has now a nice chapel seating approximately 125 people, and 
six classrooms with all furnishings complete. Irinity was organized last August and now 
has 51 members and a Sunday School of 48 members. Grace Church at Turlington, a 
new church started the second Sunday in September, now has SO members with a Sunday 
School ot 76. Ihe church is completely orgamzed with all commissions and commit- 
tees at work. The pastor has already moved into the new parsonage which they have 
built this year. The plans are now being made for the construction of their new church. 
St. Paul, the third new church started this year, in the Grove Park area of Burhngton, 
has already submitted their plans to contractors for bids for the building of a new 
church. 

New Parsonages: Six new parsonages have been built this year. They are: Bonlee, 
Silk Hope, Grace, Center, and Trinity in Burhngton. 

Finances: The churches of the district have raised so far this year for building pur-: 
poses ^'z2L,436. Our increase in benevolences over this year, for the ensuing year, is 
$6,479. Our increase in pastors' salaries tor the new year wiU be $6,150. 

DURHAM DISTRICT 
W. L. Clegg, District Superintendent 

The Durham District comes to the close of another conference year with good rea- 
sons for a spirit of gratitude. Our Heavenly Father has blessed the work of the pastors 
and laymen of the district. There are a number of areas in which there has been good 
growth and progress. Our pastors and laymen have been faithful and dihgent. We do 
recognize with deep humility that our district has not approached its potential, and we 
are challenged with the thought that with yet more consecrated enthusiasm God could 
do many wonderful things for us and through us. 

We are happy to report one of the best years we have had recently in the field of 
membership and evangehsm. We have nearly 1,300 additions to the church, about half 
of them on profession of faith and half by transfer. Not only has there been an increase 
in the number received, but also, a decrease in the number of members removed. There 
is evident an increased concern on the part of our churches to reclaim disinterested 
and inactive ntembers. 

The district superintendent would like to express his thanks for the fine contribution 
and the increased interest among the laymen of the district. Under the leadership of 
our district lay leader and the associate lay leaders significant progress has been made 
in this area. We have more laymen participating in the No Silent Pulpit program than 
before, and larger numbers attending our retreats and district-wide meetings. Our attend- 
ance at the annual laymen's meeting exceeded any in the history of the district. 

The women continue to render outstanding service through the Woman's Society oi 
Christian Service. There are no unorganized churches in the district. 

Church school enrollment and attendance shows a steady but not sensational growth 
Several churches in the district report substantial gains. Christian Workers' Schools ir 
the district have strengthened and undergirded the work of our local church schools. 

Notable achievement has been made in the matter of church and parsonage prop 
perty. Bethany Church, Durham, has retired its debt, and the church has been dedicated 
Carr, Durham, has paid its debt and is ready for dedication. Educational buildings hav( 
been dedicated at Helena, Brookland, and Long Memorial, Roxboro. A new educationa 
building has been erected at McMannens. New educational buildings are under con 
struction at Asbury, Durham, and Creedmoor. Improvement has been made on the re 
cently acquired property at Aldersgate, and the former dance haU has been convertec 
into an attractive place of worship. New parsonages have been occupied at Allensville 
Trinity; Carrboro; Calvary, Durham; Orange; and Oxford. A new parsonage is unde 
construction at Bahama, and the parsonage at Eno has been paid for and dedicated. 

The recently organized churches in the district report substantial growth. We belieM 
that these are now on a solid and sound basis. 

For these, and all the other blessings which God has bestowed upon us, we ar 
thankful. 



Journal of Proceedings 115 

ELIZABETH CITY DISTRICT 
M. O. Fletclier, Acting District Superintendent 

It is with deep regret that C. Freeman Heath, superintendent of the Ehzabeth City 
district, was unable personally to supervise the making ot tliis report. But with the edi- 
ient assistance ot his devoted wite, a carelul tabulation ot tiie pastors' reports shows 
lat much progress has been made and that the pastors have been dUigent, loyal, co- 
perative, and taithful to their tasks. 

; Last year the district made an enviable record in evangehsm; but, comparing that 
3Cord with the one this year, we find forty-seven more revivals were held, one hundred 
nd twenty-eight more received on protession of faith, one hundred twenty-one more by 
anster, or a total of eight hundred twelve added to the church rolls this year. The 
bsses in membership totaled seven hundred thirty-nine. Two hundred sixty-nine of these 
i)sses were removed by action of Quarterly Conferences, because the rolls were still 
arrying the names of deceased persons and were reporting certain numbers without 
ames to correspond. In spite of this unusual number dropped because of incorrect book- 
eepmg, the district stiil shows a net gain of seventy-three in memberslup. 

it is the opinion of this writer that the secret of a pastor's success hes in the quality 
ad quantity ot his pastoral visitation. The people want their pastor to share their sor- 
)ws and their successes. They want to know hmi well enough to rely upon his counsel 
ad to beheve he is able and competent to help them in solving their spiritual problems. 

Surely much good has been accomplished in this district for the Kingdom ot Cod by 
velve thousand eight hundred twenty-tour home visits, four thousand two hundred fitty- 
ght sick calls, and six thousand eight hundred sixty-eight visits interviewing prospects, 
total of twenty-three thousand nine hundred fifty pastoral visits during tlie year. 

The askings for World Service in this district for 1956-57 amounted to $yU,344 and 
*e charges accepted $77,851, only $2,493 short of the goal. In view of the hurricane 
amages sustained in this area, these figures portray a marvelous record for the cause 
.' World Service. 

Under the capable leadership of their district president, Mrs. Norwood L. Mixon, 
le Woman's Society of Christian Service, and under that of Mrs. Lane, district secretary 
. the Wesleyan Service Guild, the women of the district have rendered valuable aid 
', the extension of God's kingdom. The W.S.C.S. is now one hundred per cent organized 
; the Ehzabeth City District. 

; The minimum pastors' salaries for 1955-56 were set at $117,650 and $118,500 was 
did. For 1956-57 the minimum salaries are being increased $5,607 over the amount 
Hid this year, and will total $124,107. 

Three new parsonages, Fhst Methodist in Ehzabeth City, Union, and Newland, have 
<jen completed at a cost of $57,322. $7,568 have been spent on improvement of par- 
pages, and $19,621 have been spent on improving educational buildings. Also, three 
[w educational buildings have been dedicated this year, Hatteras, Manteo, and Cres- 
ell. One parsonage, Hatteras, was dedicated. The first unit of the Ahoskie educational 
ant has been completed, and the members have raised more than $56,000 this year for 
is project. First Church, Washington, under the leadership of N. W. Grant, has raised 
•0,000. It is now instaUing a new organ, and is planning other improvements. 

Twenty-three charges co-operated in making contributions to the Alaska College 
md. 

' The church school enrollment increased from 9,835 last year to 10,595 this year, 
le charges as a whole supported the evangehstic program through the church schools. 
: Lay activities, through the leadership of Fred W. Hitter, district lay leader, and 
3 assistants gave cause for great rejoicing. While one Methodist Men's Club ceased to 
nction, two new clubs were organized, and 404 men are now enrolled. Excellent re- 
onse was given the "No Silent Pulpit" program, and the attendance at the District Lay- 
3ns Mass Meeting in Ehzabeth City reached the total of five hundred thirteen, the 
-rgest on record in this area. 

The new Grace Church, Ehzabeth City, J. R. Couchman, pastor, has been approved 
f the Ten Dollar Club Aid, and the building will get under way in the very near future. 
I Brother Heath has asked me to give this personal message: 

I I wish to express my deep appreciation to Dr. M. O. Fletcher for taking over and 
'mpledng my work, to O. Kelly Ingram and his secretary for sending out letters and 
meographing materials, and the following ministers who helped Dr. Fletcher with 
3 Qiiarterly Conferences and Dedications: O. Kelly Ingram, D. J. Reid, Key Taylor, 
in Crawford, Sr., and J. F. Coble, Superintendent of the Retirement Home, Durham; 
: d to the laymen and laywomen in the district who by their faithful and loyal co-opera- 
in have contributed to the success of this year's work." 



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FAYETTEVILLE DISTRICT 
O. L. Hathaway, District Superintendent 

We submit the following report with a feehng of gratitude for the achievements of 
this year and acjcnowieuge me guidmg spnit ot our neavemy l- atHer, and tJie couse-i 
crated ettorts ot our pastors anu people. We share some ot the years work tor your' 
intormation. 

1. Membership and Evangelism: Additions on profession of faith: 598. Additions byl| 
certificate: 7 bo. 'lotal additions: 1,6(56. L,ost by death and certincate: 607. iNet gain ini 
ineiuDcrship smce last June: 7b6. j 

'Ihe secretary ot iLvaugensm participated in the Subdistrict Institutes for churcbij 
school workers when the pians were laid tor special emphasis on li,vangeiism in ttiej 
Church School. 

2. Cnrisaan Education: Church school enrollment is 15,113. The increase in church] 
school enroument tor the year has been 1,14U. Christian VVorkers' Schools have been nelc 
in each ot the tour suDdistricts with grauiymg results. Ihe v->umDeriand buDdistnct in-, 
itiated a Laboratory bection in this year s Christian Workers' School, the hrst ot its kind:, 
in the North Carohna Conterence. 

Ihree hundred nmety-one attended Subdistrict Institutes for training in the fall, 
emphasis on tiVangehsm in the Church School. 

One hundred sixty-hve workers attended the Vacation Church School Institute. 

A large mmiber ot young people attended the Fall iimphasis Kick-Utf on iviissions,! 
Overseas Kehet and World reace. thirteen ot our youtli attenaed tlie Conterence Chris- 
tian Outreach Conterence and more than 3u0 attended the Spring Kally in tiaetord. 

Church school bmldings have been completed at Cardners, Vass, Star, Gibson, and' 
Red Springs. 

3. Mtsstons and Church Extension: 802 members of die Ten Dollar Club. 

A new church was organized in Eutaw Village, Fayetteviile, and the congregador. 
has already erected a temporary structure on the site ot the proposed permanent build- 
ing. Christ Methodist Church and Sprmg Lake Methodist Church have completed units, 
of their church buildings. Fellowship, Iiamlet; and Southern Fines are in building pro-! 
grams now. All of these are new churches. Land has been purchased for a church at; 
Old Hundred. 

Concord Church on the EUerbe Charge is in a building program. The following 
churches are ua the planning stage for a builduag program: First, Kockingham; MounI 
Gilead; Glenwood; Central, Laurmburg; Pleasant Hill; Green Lake; Maxton; East Rock- 
ingham; Mount Ohvet; St. John. 

Renovation and redecoration have taken place at Cordova, Marcus, Eagle Springs 
St. Pauls, West End, and Gibson. Other improvements include purchase of land al 
Pee-Dee, Camp Ground, Northmount and Eutaw. Rockingham First Church, and Ha> 
Street, Fayetteviile, have air-conditioned their educational buildings, and Spring Lakt! 
its church plant. j 

Dedications were held at Marcus on April 15 and Aberdeen (educational building), 
on May 6. Parsonages have been built at Calvary; Love Joy-Macedonia; Sandhill Circuit 
and a new parsonage has been started at Stedman. Cordova purchased a new bricli 
parsonage this year. 

There is now an organization of the Woman's Society of Christian Service in ever), 
church, or a district member. 

4. Finances: Best financial records, on percentage basis, at the time of the writing o 
this report have been: Southern Pines; Gardners; Troy Circuit; First, Rockingham; Cum! 
berland-St. Andrews; Calvary- Victory; Hope Mills; and EUerbe. $351,885 has been span 
on church buildings and improvements. $29,819 has been raised on new parsonages ami 
parsonage improvements. ' 

5. Lay Activities: Mr. J. N. Gibson, Jr. has given excellent leadership in our distric. 
lay program. Among the achievements of our laymen are: 928 laymen at the Laymen' 
Meeting at Hay Street Methodist Church; 117 laymen holding 150 services in the "Nn 
Silent Pulpit" program during Lent; 150 attending a planning session at Hay Stree 
Church to plan district lay work; 763 tithers in the Fayetteviile District; 40 chartere( 
Methodist Men's Clubs. I 

6. The Advocate: Under tlie leadership of Rev. L. A. Tilley, we now have 3,004 sub; 
scribers to the North Carolina Christian Advocate. Nine charges are sending th" 
Advocate into every home. These are: Biscoe, Hay Street; Fellowship, Hamlet; Firs! 
Church, Hamlet; Hope Mills; Raeford; First, Rockingham; St. Pauls; and Troy. On thj 
West Rockingham Charge, all famiUes in the Pee-!Dee Church receive the Advocate] 



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GOLDBORO DISTRICT 
Howard M. McLamb, District Superintendent 

We are grateful to the dedicated preachers and laymen of the district, and more 
ipecially the district stafF, who have made possible the following report of victories for 
ir Lord and His church this year. 

Membership and Evangelism: We have received 1,401 members, 824 by vows. Total 
einbership is 18,777. an increase of 833. Visitation evangehsm campaigns. 91: revivals, 
)0; preparatory membership schools, 58. There are 7,664 church homes, of which 6,370 
i\e been visited this year by the pastors. 

Missions and Church Extension: $10 Club members, 486; church extension mission 
ecials, $9,100; other mission specials, $4,485; accepted on the Seven Benevolences, 
)4,926, an increase of $6,239, or 6.5%. We held five sub-district seminars on the new 
liancial plan with 350 persons attending. 

Four new churches have been organized this year: Airboro, 67 members; Pine Level, 
)■ West Smithfield. 22; North Goldsboro, 27. This makes a total of seven new churches 
20 months. We plan to appoint pastors to two new churches, including Salemburg. 

Two years ago the bounds of the district included 37 charges. We now have 46 and 
iin 51 in the nev^ year. Charges to be divided include Garland. Clinton Circuit, Four 
iks. Warsaw, Faison, Seven Springs. Pikeville, Roseboro and Wallace. 

Buildings and Jmmovements: Asburv church has occupied its $30,000 educational 
ii'lding, made possible by the $10 Club and assistance from Centenary church, Smith- 
Id. The board of missions enabled the following to secure their new buildings: Micro, 
ne Lev-l, Airboro. West Smithfield. Educational buildings now under construction: 
'■:<ce, Map-noh'a. Kenansville, Salf^m (Garland Charge), Daniels Memorial. Black's, 
luciitional buikb'psrs that have been occupied this vear: St. Luke, Magnolia, Ebene7er, 
ven Springs. Building programs will soon be started at Pine Forest, Warsaw, Carlton, 
'irinth, Fremont, Princeton, and Sarecta. St. Paul sanctuarv has been rebuilt following 
l-rricane damage. Wallace h^s acauired property for an educational building. Newton 
<love has completed its $60,000 building. 

i Salaries: Salaries and travel expense for next year: $169,340, an increase of $7,160. 
"Sarpes now receiving salary supplements have decreased the same by $5.n00. 

Christian Education: Number of church schools, 103; enrollment, 15,538; peak at- 
t'ldance, 12,132. Advocate subscribers: 1,835; churches sending the Advocate to all 
l;i->ilies, 16. Vacation schools: 72; enrollment, 4,059. Evening MYF's: 80: Membership. 
'Ul. Sub-district Christian training schools were held at Warsaw, Goldsboro, Selma and 
! o%\' Hill. 

Laii Activities: Methodist Men's clubs: 23; membership, 940. Lay speakers, 152; dis- 
I t mon's evangelism rallv. 502. A. C. Edwards, district lav leader, has nut on an ag- 
' ■>^s^\e program of lay activities. He has addressed men's clubs over the district. 

^^'e give all the praise to our Master for the success which has crowned our efforts 
t s \ ear. We r°allv b'^lieve our peonle are growing in grace and the desire to do more 
;d more to bring in the Kingdom. We face the future with great faith and optimism. 

NEW BERN DISTRICT 
Hiram K. King, District Superintendent 

As one pastor wrote, "It has been difficult to stay even with the storms." But despite 
t te> destructive hurricanes that battered our coast district, this has nevertheless been 
( r best year vet. Tribulation has seemed to deepen the devotion of both our pastors and 
lople, and they have wrought well in the Vineyard of our Lord. I am grateful for 
t;^ privilege of comradeship with them and an> proud to give some account of their 
s'livities. 

\ Evangelism: Reports from the pastors as of June 1 show that 687 persons have been 
i-eived on profession of faith, and 796 by transfer and otherwise, for a total of 1,473. 
^^mbers ha\'e been received by vows in every pastoral charge. The reports show a net 
ifrease in church membership of 818, church schools 1,095, and M.Y.F. groups 158, 

• th 7 new M.Y.F. 's orsanized. Three hundred eleven infants have been christened, 
^th a record number of 55 at one church — Havelock. 

I The Ministry: We have enjoyed the fellowship of 45 active pastors, one associate and 
tp assistant pastors, and two retired ministers. Our district conference, with an attend- 
fpe of over 400, renewed the hcenses of ten local preachers, recommended four supply 
istors, and granted hcense to preach to six new candidates for the ministry. 



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The Woman's Society of Christian Service: The W.S.C.S is organized 100% in the if 
district with a total membership of 4,126, including 299 members of the Wesleyan {) 
Service Guild. We were hosts, at Queen Street Church in Kinston, to the annual meeting ji 
of the Conference W.S.G. in April. Mrs. I. N. Moore of Beaufort, is district president i| 
of the W.S.C.S., and Mrs. R. P. Himnings, of New Bern, heads the Wesleyan Service J! 
Guild. I' 

Methodist Men: We have 23 Methodist Men's Clubs, with others planned. Our lay- 
men served again this year in the great program of lay preaching in our circuit churches 
during the six weeks prior to Easter. Our list of certified lay speakers numbers 158. > 
Men from over the district filled the largest hall available in New Bern for our Annual i; 
Laymen's Rally in February, with Bishop Garber and Dr. Harry Denman as the speakers, -i 
Our pastors and laymen are still talking of the remarkable inspiration of this occasion, ij 
In all of our lay activities we have been ably led again by District Lay Leader Sam i| 
B. Underwood, Jr., and his four Associates, C. Byrd Wade, Hugh Ragsdale, James E. !] 
Thomas, and Roy L. Turnage. '• 

Church Extension: Early this year we organized two new churches, St. John in Kin- i; 
ston and Cherry Point in Havelock. Each now numbers some 60 members with church I 
school attendance between 80 and 100. Also, the charter service for a new congregation ij 
at Stacy was held on May 20. Both Atlantic and Swansboro will become stations this i 
year, resulting in new charges to be known as the Sealevel Circuit, Queens-Oak Grove, 
and Midway-Bethlehem. Thanks to the generous help of laymen and women of the dis- 
trcit, our church on Portsmouth Island has been repaired, and an assistant pastor em- 
ploved for the Atlantic Circuit, whose ministry has included regular services every month ' 
at Portsmouth. Surveys have been made for new churches at Greenville and Jacksonville. . 

New Buildings and Parsonages: Trinity Church in Jacksonville moved into its hand- ll 
some new edifice the first Sunday in May. Trinity Church in New Bern occupied the ■: 
first unit of their new church earlv in the year. Salem on the Grimesland Circuit now 
has a lovely new brick church. Ayden is enjoying a beautiful, modem educational annex, i 
Atlantic has nearly completed a splendid two story educational building. Centenary ' 
Church in New Bern expects to occupy its new educational annex in the fall. Ann ' 
Street Church in Beaufort broke ground on June 17 for their new educational building. .: 
Our churches at Bridgeton and Trenton have been beautifully remodeled. Nearlv every ■ 
charge is in a building improvement program. New parsonages have been built and 
occupied on the Richlands Circuit, at Havelock (bought), Maysville, Salter Path, Swans- 
boro, and Williston. 

Finances: During the year $198,104 has been raised for church buildings and $40,547 , 
for parsonages, a total of $218,651. The average local support for our pastors has in- i| 
creased from $2,879 at the beginning of this quadrennium' to $3,784 as set for the next «; 
year. A total of $26,399 has been reported for Advance Specials. 

Other Matters: The district has supported a ministerial student at PfeifFer College 
this vear. Day schools for nurserv, kindergarten and first grade children are conducted ij 
at Oueen Street, St. Mark, and Westminster in Kinston; Jarvis Memorial in Greenville; , 
nnd at Havelock. For the second vear in succession Avden is furnishing a member of the 
European Yorth Caravan, Miss Betty Jean Padley. The North Carolina Christian Advo- j 
cate is coming 'nto 1,612 of our homes, with seven churches reporting it in all homes, j 

We aive th -iks to our Heavenlv Father for His blessings upon us throughout the j 
year. We reioicc in the bonds of brotherhood that are ours in the service of His Son. . 
And we pledge ourselves anew for some part in building His Kingdom among men. 

RALEIGH DISTRICT ( 

R. Grady Dawson, District Superintendent I 

The achievements of the Raleigh District this year and the brief report given below • 
have been made possible by the blessings of our Heavenly Father and the hard work, >i 
co-operation and liberality of the faithful pastors and lay people of the district. To them I 
I gladlv ^i^"e the credit and my sincere thanks. A few achievements are listed below: \ 

}femhcrshiv and Evangdism: We have sought to keep Evangelism at the center of i 
all of our work this year, promoting it through revival meetings, home visitation, church 
school teaching, preparatorv classes, workshops, institutes, training schools, and Christian j 
Witness Missions. As a result, 1,648 new members have been received into the church — i 
641 on profes'Jion of faith — with a net ffain in membership of 500. I 

Christian Education: Most of the church schools show an increase in enrollment and i 
;lt^f>t1f^an^e Cnnsi'dpr^ble work has been done in the area of special training through five j 
Christian Workers' Schools, five Sub-district Institutes on Church School work, five sub- 



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district workshops on the new plan of benevolent giving, and one district-wide workshop 
on the four commissions. The North Carolina Christian Advocate goes into 1,621 homes 
in the district. Through the College Sustaining Fund and the United College Appeal, 
the district has given $42,891 to our church colleges. 

Missions and Church Extension: Significant work has been done in the area of 
missions. Through instruction in sub-district workshops many more of the local church 
commissions on missions have been organized and become active. The W.S.C.S. has 
done an excellent job in the district this year. In addition to our regular budget giving 
•:o World Service of $38,603, the churches have given to Advance Specials ( general and 
Conference) and to other specials the sum of $28,717. Through the Ten Dollar Chib 
(640 Members) and the local church budget, our churches have contributed $28,076 
:o church extension. The response to the new plan of benevolent giving has been 
?ncouraging. The churches have accepted an increase in benevolences of about $15,000. 
Three new congregations have been organized this year in rapidly growing sections 
3f Raleigh. They are Layden Memorial, St. Marks, and Wynnewood Park. 

Lay Activities: The laymen in the district continue to grow in their interest and 
activity. Three new Methodist Men's Clubs have been organized this year, bringing the 
otal to 28 in the district. The District Rally this year was the best ever, with nearlv 
500 in attendance. One hundred thirty laymen participated in the "No Silent Pulpit" 
urogram. 

Building And Finances: New education buildings have been erected this year at 
Hollands (Gamer Ct. ), Knightdale, Millbrook, and Sims. New education bnild'tigs are 
o be erected next year at Fuauay Springs, First Church (Henderson), White Me- 
norial (Henderson), Louisburg, Drewry, Fairmont (Raleigh), Longview Gardens (Ra- 
eiph). Beautiful new church sanctuaries have been completed this year at City Road 
^'Henderson), Hayes Barton and Warrenton. New parsonages have been built this year 
,it Ebenezer, Macedonia, Macon, and Wendell. New building programs are in the 
ilanning stage at Gamer. Lillington, Lavden Memorial (Rale'ch). Trinity (Raleigh). 
A^esley Memorial (Raleigh), and Wake Forest. The sum of $502,335 has been raised 
his year for church and parsonage buildings and debts. For all purposes the district 
\as raised this year in excess of $1,100,000. 

j Significant progress has been made in the Raleigh District this year. God has been 
.rood to us. Methodist people and pastors have given a good account of themselves. 
■Vith thankful hearts for past achievements, we now look to the future for new and 
arj^er opportunities. 

ROCKY MOUNT DISTRICT 
J. Furman Herbert, District Superintendent 

, As I write this report on the morning of June 8, 1956, there are thirtv-three churches 
;n Rockv Mount District that have not received a new member on Profession of Faith 
luring the conference year. In our district we call these barren churches. This record 
,s not prideful. Its shame is not because we have the largest number of barren churches, 
lowever. On the contrary, it is quite possible that other districts have nwre. Nor is it to 
>e regretted because our men are not working. On the contrary. I am receiving reports 
■ach week that more barren churches have become fruitful, and I am of the faith that 
•f these thirtv-three barren churches not more than ten will be barren bv conference 
ime. But what of the ten? We will not let this happen again. I verily believe we will 
lot close th*^ next conference vear with a single barren church where there is regular 
)reaching. Why should we? What is our mission? 

Last minute reports show that 600 have joined our churches during the year by 
Vnfession of Fsith. To this add 554 who have conT^ in bv certificate, making a total of 
^^.154. Our goal for the conference year is 1.250. We will attain it by conference time. 
The goal is too low, though. Next vear we will set our goal at 2,000 and reach it. 
' Four new charges are presented for the new conference year. This means genuine 
)rogress. Elm Citv will become a station. Homes and Mt. Zion will become a two-point 
rork. Pinetons circuit is being divided. PiTi'=tons and Conetoe becoming a strong two- 
i)oint work, with Temnerance H^ll and McKendree forming a new charcre wit-h a student 
)astor.^ Littleton and Littleton-Tabor circuits are co-onerating in forming three charges 
f their pight churches- Littleton, Cnlvarv, and Hawkins-Tabor Charges. Roanoke cir- 
nit w'll div'de. Smith Church bravelv b'^coming a country station, Soxith Rosemarv and 
)^6w Hope forming a charge alone. T find this setting ud of new charges the most re- 
vard'ng work of the superintendencv. Where four pastors have served there will now 
>e eight serving the same people. We will watch the charges grow strong. 



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Our women's work is in splendid condition. Capable leadership is bringing fine re- 
sults. Our WSCS takes a high place in the conference life. They win more than their 
share of recognition and awards. 

Methodist Men are going forward. The district quota of organized groups has been 
reached and passed. Seven hundred men met at First Church, Rocky Mount, in Febru- 
ary for the annual Men's Mass Meeting and Banquet. Much praise has been heard of 
the wonderful spirit there, and of the addresses of our beloved Bishop and Dr. Harry 
Denman. 

We are building churches, too, and educational buildings, and parsonages, and we 
are paying building debts: the marvelous new building at First Church, Wilson, new 
buildings and improvements at Aulander, Pinetops, Gaston, Elm City, Garysburg, Engle- 
wood, Conway, Clark Street, Jamesville, Spring Hope, Stanhope, Hart Church in Tar- 
boro, Winstead in Wilson, and others. Great new structures are planned in the immedi- 
ate future at Rocky Mount First and Weldon. Significant debts have been paid at Wil- 
liamston and Rosemary. 

Consecrated ministers and devoted laymen in the Rocky Mount District have labored 
well. We are grateful to God for them all. 

WILMINGTON DISTRICT 

Vergil E. Queen, District Superintendent 

The Wilmington District of the N. C. Annual Conference is composed of 42 pastoral 
charges embracing 80 local churches, all situated in the six counties of the lower Cape 
Fear country in southeastern North Carolina. 

This reporter is deeply grateful for the privilege of directing the program of Method- 
ism in this wonderful area of opportunity and need. It is fitting, therefore, that I here 
thank the pastors and laymen of the Wilmington District for their fine work making pos- 
sible this report, and that all of us give thanks to our heavenly Father for His guiding 
Providences which have sustained and kept us along the way. 

The best clue to an evaluation of the achievements wrought in the Wilmington 
District this year will be found in certain intangible, though none the less obvious 
evidences, which have always characterized our efforts. These are: (1) we have 
stressed excellence as the only acceptable and valid hallmark of our work; (2) we have 
sought diligently to encourage, inspire, and motivate the pastors and laymen in the 
small and difficult places; and (3) we have constantly sought to elevate and glorifv our 
historic Methodism by keeping our pastors and laymen close to its doctrines, disciplines, 
and traditions. These ends are our finest hopes; they have received our best efforts. 

Specific areas of our work deserving special attention here are: (1) Membership and 
Evangelism; (2) Christian Education; (3) Missions and Church Extension; (4) Steward- 
ship and Finance; and (5) Miscellaneous facts. 

Membership and Evangelism: During the year 979 members have been added to the 
churches — 398 by profession of faith; 145 from other denominations; and 436 from 
other Methodist churches. There were 413 baptisms — 231 infants and 182 adults. There 
were 68 revi\ als, 38 visitation evangelism campaigns; and 62 confirmation classes 
enrolling 498 persons. 

Christian Er^rcation: There are 80 local church schools in the Wilmington District, 
enrolling 9,506 pupils. From this group 301 united with the church. There are 990 
members in the MYF. Throughout the year, our district workers have laid great emphasis 
on both Evangelism and Leadership Training. The Evangelism Througli the Church 
School Program received wide cultivation, while the Vacation Church School Institute 
drew an attendance of 195 workers who have planned and held 59 Vacation Church 
Schools. A total of $4,959.00 has been paid on the United College Appeal. 

Missions and Church Extension: The churches of the Wilmington District gave this 
year $22,610.00 for World Service; $5,250.00 for Mission Specials; and contributed to 
all the special ofi^erings requested through the year. A total of $913.00 has been directed 
to the Alaska College. 

One new congregation has been organized, the Devon Park Methodist Church in 
Wilmington, with a membership to date of 54 persons. 

Steicardship and Finance: Both stewardship and administration have been widely 
promoted. ^Next year the charges of the Wilmington District have accepted $141,693.00 
on pastors' salaries; $7,155.00 on pastors' travel and expense; and approximately $74,- 
000.00 on the combined World Service and Conference Benevolences. 

Building, repairing, improvement, and debt reduction on churches and parsonages 
have been emphasized throughout the year. A total of $91,000.00 has been spent on 



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churches and parsonages, while $71,382.00 have been spent on church and parsonage 
Jcbt retirement. 

Miscellaneous Facts: The Wilmington District has 338 members of the $10 Club; 
2,867 members in the WSCS; 92 certified lay speakers; and 907 subscriptions to the 
yjotih Carolina Christian Advocate. 



Quadrennial Board and Commission Reports 



DEACONESS BOARD 

Through the Office of Deaconess an official relationship to the Church is established 
or the woman who is called to a vocation within the Church. This relationship is to the 
Church at large. The vocation of a Deaconess is a special dedication to full-time Christian 
,er\'ice under the direction of the Church. The consecration of the Deaconess is to the 
^ord who has called her to discipleship — that she may find the Source of power; that 
Ilhrist may be made known through her life and service; that others may be enabled 
hrough her ministry to walk in the ways of life with power through Jesus-Christ. 
; Our Church is deeply concerned with recruitment of young people for full-time 
ii;hristian service. The needs are continuallv being lifted up by the various agencies 
if the Churrh. The Woman's Division of Christian Service of the Board of Missions 
'leeds more than 300 replacements annually in its projects in the Home Field, employing 
,300 persons. The Board of Hospitals and Homes need 3,000 replacements. Approxi- 
aatelv 900 Churches have full-time directors of Christian education and we are informed 
hat the Board of Education expects to need at least 600 additional direr-tors durine this 
luadrennium. During th's session of the Annual Conference you will hear from the 
enres^ntatives of various Boards of the urgent need for workers within the bounds of 
he \orth Carolina Conference. 

During the past year we have had only three deaconesses at work in the North 
'arolina Conference: Mamie J. Chandler, Director of the Methodist Student Center, 
jireenville; Ethekvnde Ballance, rural worker, Roberdell Charge; Alta Nye, rural worker, 
liltnn Charge. Other deaconesses residing within the bounds of the Conference: Sara 
IcCracken, on leave, Durham; Jennie Congleton, retired, Greenville; Elizabeth R. Davis, 
?tired, Rocky Mount. 

Special emphasis has been given to recruitment of young women for the office of 
)eaconess during the year, and this special opportunity for service in the Church was 
resented by our deaconesses at the First Student Vocational Conference, at Chapel 
[ill in February, and at the Senior Youth Assemblies this summer at Louisburg; One of 
lur deaconesses attended the Regional Methodist Student Movement Conference and 
brved on the program; Conferences were held with young women interested in full-time 
Christian services at these assemblies and conferences. Information concerning Deaconess 
f/ork has been given through the North Carolina Advocate. Special emphasis has been 
liven to student groups and through the program of the Student Center at East Carolina 
'ollege, and in meetings of the Woman's Society of Christian Service in the local 
lurches wherever opportunity has been given. Our deaconesses have cooperated with 
tte Secretary of Missionary Personnel of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of 
he Conference, in keeping before our youth the need and the challenge to full-time 
'hristian service. 

I Charlotte Whitfield, of Garland, received the Master's Degree in Religious Education 
■om Scarritt College, in June, and will begin her service as Director of Christian 
'.ducation at Siler Citv in September. She is an approved candidate and will be presented 
>r consecration as a Deaconess after one year of service. Hazel Burke, LaGrange, and 
uene Civils, Kinston, are continuing their study at Scarritt College. Willa Dean 
^ndsay, Clinton, has completed one year of service as a US-2, and expects to continue 

her present work for another year. 

As we look back over the work of the past year, we recognize how small has been 
ir service in the face of the urgent needs within our Conference and in the Church. 
/e have faith that our youth today will respond if we who are leaders will present to 
)em the high calling of our Church to service. We know that the Deaconess is well 
tialified through dedication and training to answer the call. Therefore, your Deaconess 
sard recommends: 

I That all available resources be utilized to encourage able young women to serve the 
hurch as Deaconesses. 



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That Deaconess Work be presented, with time for discussion, through every relevant 
channel — District Conferences, Youth assemblies and conferences, meetings of the 
Woman's Society of Christian Service, and to groups in the local churches. 

Your Deaconess Board stands ready to cooperate with all Boards and agencies of the 
Conference to carry out these recommendations. 

May I close this report in the words of one of the speakers at the Second Deaconess 
Convocation, held in Nashville last year: 

The vocation of a deaconess is not basically social service, but spiritual dedication. A 
Deaconess should fulfill her task by voluntary and vicarious sacrifice. The law of Christ 
constrains her heart, and her concern for needy lives makes her identifv herself with 
ihem in their needs, doing for them, praying for them, what they themselves cannot do 
or pray, until they find the same Source of power in Crucified Love. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Mamiej Chandler, Chairman, Deaconess Board 
Adopted. 



BOARD OF EDUCATION 

Edgar B. Fisher, President O. Kelly Ingram, Secretary 

Report No. 1 
DIVISION OF THE LOCAL CHURCH 

Section A 
GENERAL CHURCH SCHOOL WORK 

The two primary emphases of the Local Church Division of the Board of Educa- 
tion during 1955-56 were evangelism and leadership trainine. To implement the em- 
phasis on evangehsm the Board proiected the program, "Evangelism Through the 
Church School," a two-pronged evanerelistic offensive. In the fall there was a campaign 
to increase church school membership and attendance, while from January throueh 
Easter the emphasis was on winning church school members to Christ and church 
membership. 

To implement the emphasis on leadershio education the Board laid stress upon 
Snbdistrict Christian Workers' Schools, Subdistrict Institutes for Church School 
Workers, District Vacation Church School Institutes, encouraged attendance at the 
Cor>ference Laboratory School for Children's Workers, and at the Leadership and 
Laboratory Schools at Lake Junaluska while urging teachers to participate in in- 
formal training opportunities in local churches. 

As a snecial service to the small rural charore, one-teacher schools were developed 
featuring the course, "The Educational Work of the Small Church." Teacher honoraria for 
this course were paid bv the Conference Board of Education. 

The Board also promoted the nropcr observance of the following special days: 
Church School Rally Day, Race Relations Sunday, and Methodist Student Day. 

Statement of Progress in Past Quodrennium 

The past four years have been marked by progress in a number of areas: 

1. An increase in church school membership and attendance. 

2. The development of a much more adequate leadership training program. 

3. Christian education staffs were set up in each district and activated. 

4. A full conference staff has been secured. j 

5. The number of local churches employing Directors of Christian Education has I 
greatly increased. '< 

6. The educational facilities of local churches have been improved tremendously. 

7. Growth in the use and understanding of Methodist literature. 

8. Increased "iving to special causes promoted bv the Board of Education; Church 
School Rally Day, Race Relations Sundav, and Methodist Student Day. 

9. The camping program has been enlarffed and strengthened. 

10. The support of our Methodist colleges and Wesley Foundations has been 
increased. j I 

1 1 . There has been an upsurge of interest in Christian education in our conference. I 



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Plans for the Future 

1. Emphases for the new quadrennium: 

a. Strengthening, extending, improving Christian education in the local church. 

b. Strengthening, expanding, improving Christian Higher Education. 

2. Program for 1956-57 

a. Improve local church program of Christian education: 

(1) Take inventory, survey program; make self-evaluation in each local church 

(2) Areas to be surveyed; local church organized for Christian education; providing 
trained leadership; guidance in the use of literature and other resources; building and 
equipment; church music and worship; providing extra time for Christian education; 
membership and attendance; proper observance of special days; classes in church 
membership conducted by the pastor. 

(■3) After the local church has made its survey it should decide on the "next steps" 
for improving the program. 

(4) The pastor of the local church and/or the Commission on Education should 
feel free to call on the Conference Board of Education staff for help as needed. 

b. Strengthen program of leadership training: 

(1) Subdistrict Christian Workers' School in each subdistrict area (Conference 
Board of Education will continue to pay one-half of teacher honoraria) 

(2) Special service to small churches — one-teacher schools (full honoraria paid 
b> Conference Board of Education). 

(3) Conduct subdistrict, district and conference-wide institutes, workshops, con- 
ferences, seminars, etc., in specialized fields of training. 

(4) Encourage attendance at Jurisdictional schools, workshops, conferences, etc. 

(5) Encourage local churches to provide formal and informal training opportuni- 
ties for their workers. 

(6) Emphasize the observance of Church School Rally Day and the offering 
ihat finances this program of leadership training. 

3. Directors of Christian Education 

There is an acute shortage of trained persons for the work of Christian Education 
in the Methodist Chinch. The church especially needs local church directors of 
(Christian education. We call the attention of the churches to the "100 Proiect" by 
wh'ch a local church mav provide scholarships for graduate decrees in Christian edu- 
j cation to train more local chvuch directors of Christian education. In providing these 
^cholprships the churches are participating in the program of Conference Advance 
Specials. 

4. Christian Family Life 

We recommend that the New Board of Education set up a Christian Family Life 
Committee to plan and exnedite a conference Fam^lv Life Proeram, to be composed of 
the staff of the Board of Education, three interested laymen and three clerical members. 

5. Conference Youth Camps 

We direct the conference's attention to the fact that our present camping facilities 
are not adequate to take care of our camning needs. We must foresee the fact th^t we 
eventually need to develop three or perhaps four camps for our conference. There- 
fore, we recommend that the conference authorize the Board of Education to secure 
a second vouth camp site for our conference and de\elop it as soon as funds be- 
come available. 

The Conference Commission on World Service and Finance has been asked to change 
the present conference budgetary fund for "Camn Don-Lee" to "Conf°rencp Youth 
Camns" to be administered bv the Conference Board of Education, with the understand- 
ing that funds need'^d to complete the building program at Camp Don-Lee will be 
jprovided from' this fund. 

' We recommend that the new Conference Board of Education set up a committee on 
'camping to give general oversight to our camping program, the devlooment of a pew 
fcamp-site, and the supervision of the conference Youth Camo Fund. It is snggestcl that 
th's r-ommittee may include some persons who ^re not members of the Conference Board 
^f Education. The committee shall be responsible to the Conference Board of Education. 



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6. Special Days 

We recommend the observance of the following special days by each church in the 
conference with appropriate programs and generous offerings as recommended by the 
General Conference: 

a. Church School Rally Day, September 16, 1956, with special offering for Con- 
ference Board of Education (Leadership Training) 

b. Christian Education Week, September 30-October 7 (No offering) 

c. Student Recognition Day, December 30, 1957 (No offering) 

d. Race Relations Sunday, February 10, 1957 ( Offering for Paine College, Augusta, 
Georgia ) 

e. Children's Day, May 5, 1957 (No offering) 

f. National Family Week, May 5-12, 1957 (No offering) 

g. Methodist Student Day, June 9, 1957 (Offering for National Methodist Student 
Loan and Scholarship Fund) 

7. We commend the Conference Radio and Film Commission for setting up an 
audio-visual film-strip library for our conference. We call attention to the fact that 
film-strips listed in "Forecast," recommended for use with our church school units of 
study, may be secured from this office for a very small rental fee. 

Our Executive Secretary 

We congratulate Dr. C. P. Morris, our Executive Secretary, on leading us in a 
quadrennium of achievement in Christian education in our conference and recommend 
his reappointment to this position. 

O. Kelly iNCRA^r, Chairman 

Section B 
CHILDREN'S WORK 

There are several special emphases which we would like to stress during the year 
1956-1957. We therefore, recommend: 

1. That we shall endeavor to experience a oneness of purpose and a sense of to- 
getherness in all our church activities. It is our hope that the work with children shall be 
considered a vital and integral part of the task of the whole church and vitally related 
to its essential program. It is important to keep the family together in our church 
activities. Family camping has been planned for the summer and a Family Life Workshop 
has also been planned. 

2. That we shall encourage officers and teachers in local churches to evaluate their 
needs, resources, and objectives and to call on the district and conference staffs for help 
when they can assist. 

3. That the district directors enlist the aid of subdistrict leaders and organizations 
to take the resources of Christian education closer to the local church. 

4. That Methodist hterature be explained to officers and teachers and its uses be 
outlined, with special reference to family helps included in the church school publications 
and auxiliary audio-visual aids provided by our conference. 

5. That we continue our present practice of having fall promotions until such time 
that the General Board of Education rewrites the literature to facilitate a change to 
another date. 

6. That book lists pertinent to work with children and to personal enrichment of 
the spiritual life of children's workers be provided for the use of those concerned with 
teaching children. We also recommend that church libraries be developed and expanded. 

7. That day-camping be promoted by local churches. 

8. That week-day nursery and kindergarten programs be developed in our local 
churches and that our conference staff provide some training for leaders in this field. 

9. That demonstrations on planning a unit of lesson materials be given for all four 
departments in the children's division at the fall subdistrict institutes. 

10. That Daily Vacation Church School Institutes be held the first two weeks in 
March, 1957. 

11. That we commend very highly Miss Ehzabeth Johnson who has served so ably 
as our conference director of children's work since 1953. We wish to express our sincere 
regret that she has resigned this position with our conference and will not be with us 
in that capacity for another year. 

R. L. Jerome, Chairman 



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Section C 
YOUTH WORK 

1. Adult Workers With Youth 

Training adult workers is increasingly recognized as one of the most fruitful uses of 
time ana energy in raismg the level ot youth work in tfie annual conterence. We believe 
time invested with adult workers will aclaieve nrore in strengthening the program of youth 
work tlian at any other point. To this purpose we reconmiend: 

a. That two-day or three-day workshops for "adult workers with youth" be held on 
a district basis in the quadrenmum. 

b. That a conference-wide workshop be held in the quadrennium. 

c. That the subdistrict MYF otter training for adults and youth as a part of its 
yearly program. 

d. Ihat Workers Conferences be encouraged to consider as a part of their oppor- 
tunity the traimng of adult workers. 

e. Ihat training tor adult workers be offered in some measiure at Senior Youth 
Assembhes and Mlt Annual Conterence Session. 

f. We commend as one ot the very first training programs the Christian Workers' 
School. 

g. That the 1957 District Christian Education Institutes feature the training of adult 
workers. ^i 

h. That a fellowship of adult workers with youth be formed by bringing together 
workers trom a number of churches in a given area. 

i. That an effort be maue to secure more certified instructors for courses in the 
Youth Department tor leadership in Christian Workers' Schools. 

j. That all training experiences for adult workers with youth concern themselves 
with problems of the local chmch in so far as possible. 

k. That study and evaluation be given to the question, "What kind of significant 
training for adult workers with youtli is possible in one evening?" This study could 
serve as a key for the work of conference, district, and subdistrict personnel. Also, it 
would provide a clue for local church workers' conferences. 

2. Christian Witness Missions 

We now have more young men and women in our conference than ever before in 
history. We beheve there is a readiness to challenge our youth to win these young men 
and women to Christ and His Church. We recommend tliat a tri-district Christian 
Witness Mission be held as an experiment in this direction in the conference year 
1956-57. We recommend that proper representatives from the Conference Board of 
Education and Conference Board of Evangelism undertake this as a joint venture, 
estabhshing liaison with the Conference Board of Evangelism early in the new conference 
year. 

3. Prayer Movement 

We are convinced that young men and women can be helped in the development of 
their spiritual life and experience a personal faith through the discipline of prayer. We 
are led to recommend : 

a. That a prayer movement be developed among the youth and their adult leaders. 

b. That encouragement be given and help offered for the formation of prayer cells 
on local and subdistrict levels. 

c. That the Youth Department of the Conference Board of Education co-ordinate 
the prayer fellowships into a permanent part of the MYF program. 

d. That the ACS of the MYF consider the setting of a prayer day in which local 
fellowships and their adult leaders would spend time as individuals or groups at the 
church altar in prayer. 

4. Stxhjy 

We feel the need for a climate of study in our local MYF's. We feel that the Lenten 

n Reading Project each year has helped in this direction. We recommend that every local 
MYF be made aware of the Lenten Reading Project and be given help in the use of the 
■' Lenten Reading book. We commend to all new MYF's the past three youth Lenten 
Reading books, I Believe by Nevin Hamer, I Belong by Hoover Rupert, I Follow by 
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5. Methodist Youth Fund 

This is a fund through which uiembers of the MYF help in a program of missions, 
Christian education, and youth work around the world. The MYFund is a vital part oi 
the world mission of the Church. We recommend: 

a. That a Conference goal of $1.00 per year per member of the MYF be an aim for 
this fund. This would more than double the present giving to this fund. 

b. That a conference-wide pledge week be set and each MYFer be asked to make 
a personal pledge to the MYFund. 

c. That conference publicity and promotion stress the vital elements in this program, 
namely; 

(1) Stewardship of possessions 

( 2 ) Help in world mission of church 

(3) Act of dedication as this offering is presented at the altar. 

6. Christian Vocations 

That we pledge our fuU co-operation to the Conference Commission on Christian 
Vocations to conduct Conference and District Vocations Conferences. 

7. Older Youth 

We feel that our older youtli are being neglected. It is here that we have been 
suffering our greatest loss in membership. 

a. We recommend that each local church give more serious attention to ministering 
to tlie needs of service men and women, college students, and working youth at home. 

b. We recommend that young people enrolled in a college attend The Wesley 
Foundation or Methodist Student Fellowship and become active in the Hfe of this 
fellowship. We urge local churches to keep in touch with students and help them be- 
come active in The Methodist Student group on the campus. 

c. We ask each local church to exert effort toward getting its older young people 
to attend the Older Youth Assembly at Camp Don-Lee. 

d. We recommend that a study be made of Older Youth work in our conference. 
Some questions we are facing in this area now: 

(1) Relationship of older youth (18-23) and senior youth (15-17) in conference 
MYF. 

(2) Separate senior and older organization in levels beyond local church. Enlarged 
older youth program. 

(3) Working older youth in the local church. How to strengthen older youtli 
groups and organize new one in the local church. 

8. Summer Youth Caravans 

We call attention to the fact that a National Youth Caravan, consisting of four young 
people and one adult counselor, and a Divinity School Caravan, consisting of two young 
men, will be working in our conference during the summer to improve and strengthen 
the youth program in the churches visited. 

We recommend that similar caravans be secured to work in our conference during 
the summer of 1957. 

9. Senior Summer Assemblies 

Our Senior Summer Assembhes are meeting a real need in the Hves of our senior 
young men and young women. Three assembhes are planned for this year of 1956 in 
June. We recommend that this program be continued, enriched, evaluated. That one 
or more of the assembhes be of the workshop type. 

10. Annual Conference Session 

The MYF of the North Carohna Conference is unique in Methodism in its five-day 
annual session held each year on the campus of Duke University. This is a delegated 
assembly and this past year three hundred and fifty-three local churches were repre- 
sented. We commend this week to our Board and ask for the Conference Board to help 
study and evaluate the purposes of this session. 

11. District and Subdistrict Work 

We would emphasize here the proper perspective for District and Subdistrict MYF 
organizations. Let it be known that they have as their reason for existence the strengthen- 



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ing of the local MYF's. In planning programs these organizations should ask, How does 
this help the local young people and their MYF? 

We recommend: 

a. That each MYF Subdistrict in the conference plan one meeting designed to train 
local MYF officers and adult leaders. 

b. That District rallies be held in every district under the planning of the district 
council. 

c. That the Youth Department of the Conference Board of Education provide guid- 
ance in training and materials for Subdistrict officers and adult workers. 

d. That District Directors attend a special training conference in their job at Lake 
Junaluska. 

Our Director of Youth Work 

The Board commends Reverend Herman Winberry for the dedicated and dynamic 
leadership he has given our program of youth work during the last two years, and recom- 
mend his reappointment for the conference year 1956-57. 

Mrs. H. R. Odom, Chairman 

Section D 

ADULT WORK 

1. Report for 1955-56 

a. The Conference Director and a number of District Directors attended the Leader- 
ship School at Lake Junaluska. The Conference director and a number of young adults 
attended the Regional Young Adult Workshop at Lake Junaluska where the conference 
director was one of the leaders of the workshop. A planning conference was held for 
District directors to plan for District and Subdistrict work with adults. 

b. Several subdistrict young adult meetings were visited during the year. Training 
courses in the area of Christian education of adults were offered in most of the Christian 
'Workers' Training Schools in the conference. This conference was second in the nation 
in number of courses in adult work during the past year. The conference director partici- 
pated in many of these schools and one out-of-state school. The Young Adult Assembly 
held at Camp Don-Lee, June 8-10, was planned and promoted. 

c. An assembly for "Senior" adults was held at Louisburg College, May 31-June 3. 
Thirty-nine persons were in attendance. It was a very successful venture in an area in 
which we look forward to do a great deal in the future. Miss Virginia Stafford from the 
General Board of Education, Dr. Verne S. Caviness, Raleigh, N. C, Rev. R. Grady 
Dawson, Miss Virginia Gregory, Raleigh, N. C, and many other conference people 
assisted in making this a very successful meeting. Rev. J. F. Coble served as Dean for 
the assembly. 

d. Sixteen people from our conference attended the Southeastern Recreation work- 
shop at Leesburg, Florida. The conference director was Chairman of the steering com- 
mittee and as such had the major responsibility for this workshop which attracted one 
hundred eighty people interested in the promotion of Christian recreation among our 
people. 

e. Many local churches were visited. We feel that the cause of Christian education 
among adults has been furthered during the year. 

f. The conference director wishes to express his thanks to all who have given of their 
time and efforts to make the progress that we have made. I also wish to thank the con- 
ference for having given me the opportunity to serve in the capacity as conference 
director during the past several years. It has been a great joy to serve our people. I 
pledge my continued support to the new director and to our great church and wish him 
^nd you success as we move forward for Christ through the Christian education of adults. 

2. Emphases for 1956-57 

a. Secure subdistrict directors for all subdistricts. 

b. Organize at least one young adult subdistrict fellowship in each district. 

c. Promote subdistrict Bible Conferences. 

d. Conduct Christian Education Institutes on Local Church Emphasis (following pro- 
posals formulated by the General Conference and General Board of Education). 

e. Promote Family Life Education in local churches and beyond the local church. 

f. Recommend courses in adult work in each Christian Workers' Training School. 

g. Plan and promote the conference-wide Young Adult Assembly. 



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h. Plan and promote a conference-wide Senior Adult Assembly. 

i. Hold one aay district meetmgs ot benior Adults. 

j. Assist local churches to improve tlie Christian Education of Adults. 

Conference Director of Adult Work 

We commend Air. John M. Meares for his capable and faithful leadership in the ,, 
adult program ot our conterence on a volunteer basis. Smce it is not possible tor Mm to . 
give tun ume to this important work, we recommend that Reverena Harold Minor be J 
appointed as full-time Conterence Director of Aault Work. ! 

W, S. Potter, Chairman 
Section E j 

CHRISTIAN FAMILY LIFE I 

1. Report for 1955-56 i 

Your Committee on Christian Family Life is encouraged to beUeve that some real i 
progress has been made in the area ot P'amily Life Education during this year. Some of ' 
the evidences ot tins are hsted below. j 

a. The chairman and several of the ministers and laymen from this conference par- j 
ticipated in leadership and sharing in the Southeastern Jurisdiction Ji'amily l_,ite Uon- I 
ference at Lake Junaluska, August 25-28. 

b. Fitly or more ministers irom this conference participated in a most successful ■, 
seminar on "Marriage Counseling" at Steele Street Methodist Church, Sanford, bep- | 
tember 6-7, led by Ur. John T. Creene ot Boston University. 

c. A number of our Methodist ministers attended and shared in an outstanding work- . 
shop on "The Minister Exploring Christian Marriage" sponsored by the North Carolina '] 
Council of Churches and held in Charlotte, April 17-18. ' 

d. The chairman presented four television programs on Cliristian Family Living prior ' 
to and during National Family Week, May 6-13. These were done over stations vViiN, .' 
Washington, and WNCT, Greenville, in co-operation with the North Carolina Council of 
Churches. These met with outstanding and widespread response. ^ I 

e. Quite a few family-centered courses have been made a part of our Christian j 
Workers' Schools throughout the Conference. ; 

f. An increasing number of churches are giving attention to family-centered programs ' 
including parent participation, family nights, etc. 

g. Perhaps most of all is the growing awareness of the vital importance of education 
and preparation for Christian Family Living. 

2. Recommendations | 

a. In keeping with the studied recommendations of our District Directors of General . 
Church School work in the Annual Planning Session at Rocky Mount on May 22 it is 
recommended that a new Christian Family Life Committee composed of the Conference 
Executive Secretary, the Conference Director of Adult Work and Christian Family Life ; 
Education, and the Conference Director of Youth Work, and the Conference Director i 
of Children's Work, and three qualified and interested ministers and three interested , 
laymen be formed to study, plan and help to effectively carry out a Family Life Educa- 
tion Program in the conference. i 

b. That this Conference Committee on Christian Family Life meet as soon as is practi- 1 
cal after Annual Conference to make this study and to plan the work so that it may be . 
effective this year. { 

Jesse H. Lanning, Chairman ■. 



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Report No. 2 
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES 

Section A 

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS 

1956 

1. Duke University 

a. Statistics for the year 

xNumber of students for the academic year 1954-55 4,943 

Number of students for Summer School 1954 1,216 

OHicers and Teachers, not including assistants 637 

b. Schedule of Assets as of June 30, 1955 

Current Restricted $ 2,652,693.38 

• Fund Functioning as Endowment 16,505,621.21 

' Endowment Funds 10,461,408.90 

Endowed Special Funds 1,265,458.79 

I Scholarship Funds 1,249,539.82 

. Student Loan Funds 638,005.27 

Duke University Development Fund 1,555,718.60 

Duke University Loyalty Fund 180,794.91 

Plant Funds: 

Investment in Plant $47,332,580.97 

Balance of funds, reserved for plant additions .... 658,126.89 47,990,707.86 

Agency Funds 232,555.03 

TOTAL $82,732,503.77 

2. Duke Divinity School 

The Divinity School has had an unusually good year. 283 students enrolled (an all- 
ime high); of these 238 persons working for the B.D. and Master of Rehgious Educa- 
ion. Seventeen persons enrolled in 1955 Summer Session. Twenty-eight enrolled in the 
graduate School of Arts and Sciences as Ph.D. and M.A. degree candidates. 
, Divinity School students represent 93 institutions; Duke University has the largest 
lumber with 31. Fifteen denominations are represented with 237 of the 283 Methodists. 
'16 states and one foreign country. Sixty-nine persons are candidates for B.D. degree 
June 6 and six for Master of Rehgious Education. 

Action of Recent General Conference 

a. Increase support of theological schools from $800.00 per year to (about) 
11,200.00. 

b. Voted $25,000 per year grants in aid to other institutions (non-Methodist) where 
'arge numbers of Methodist students are registered. 

c. Organize two new theological seminaries, one in Ohio and one in Kansas-Missouri- 
Mebraska area. 

The number of applicants for admission during the present year has been much 
.arger than ever before. The standard of scholarship for admission has been raised from 
"C" average in a four-year college to a "C+" average and preferably to a "B" average. 

For the last two years it has been necessary to close admissions by April 1 of each 
ear. Since the Divinity School will reach and even exceed its maximum justifiable en- 
oUment, it will not receive any large increase in the funds voted by the recent General 
Conference. This makes it all the more necessary that the funds which it is now receiving 
rom the North Carolina Conferences will be maintained at not less than their present 
pvel and wherever possible should be increased. The particular case in point is the funds 
hi the school for approved supply pastors. Each of the North Carolina Conferences this 
'ear gives $500 for this school, whereas over 40 students from each conference attended 
1st year. The school will run this year for four weeks, thus increasing the cost for 
ticulty and to the students. If students are granted only $50 scholarships, this would 
lean $2,000 from each of the North Carohna Conferences. 



130 North Carolina Annual Conference 

3. Greensboro College 

From the charter of Greensboro College it is very clear that the College was founded I 
to serve all Methodists in North Carolina. Greensboro College is owned and operated ' 
by the two Conferences of North Carolina Methodism. 

During the year 1955-56 the college worked toward an increased enrollment. Com- 
pletion of the Greensboro Building will enable us to accommodate 435 resident students 
lor the immediate future. Utilizmg other college owned properties may permit us to 
expand this to approximately 500 within the next few years. We should be able to add 
to this a town student population of 75 to 100, thus bringing our total enrollment for 
the future to 575 to 600. 

The financial picture has several important aspects. ( 1 ) In order to complete the 
Greensboro Building we shall need to borrow approxnnately $150,000. Repayment of this 
will hinge directly upon receipts from United College Appeal, particularly from the 
North Carolina Conference. (2) In the near future the college will need a gymnasium 
at a cost of $250,000. (3) Renovation of several areas of the campus will cost $150,000. 
(4) The college needs an additional $4,000,000 for the endowment fund. 

The following statistics for the year 1955-56: Officers and instructors — 54; students — 
401; value of property— $2,161,151.00; endowment— $831,235.00; endowment scholar- 
ship aid — $1,800; work awards to students — $16,750.00; other scholarship and grants — 
$5,300; tuition reductions to ministers' children and to ministerial candidates, $5,645; 
an additional dormitory, $300,000. 

Greensboro College takes seriously its relationship to the Methodist Church. It is 
frankly and avowedly a church-related college. 

4. High Point College 

Statistics for the year 1955-56 

The enrollment for the year ending May 28, 1956, was as follows: Regular session — 
963 different students; Summer School — 573 different students; Extension — 51 different 
students; making a total of 1,587. Between 80 and 90 pre-ministerial students and a 
similar number of young women preparing for directors of Christian education and other 
religious vocations have been enrolled this year. There were 72 faculty and staff members. 
We had 892 students enrolled during the last semester. For next year we are planning 
to hold the enrollment to the same number, certainly under 900, of the students of high 
quahty. 

The auditors have not as yet given their report but the following are some unofficial 
figures: The college will close the year without a deficit. The value of equipment, 
buildings and grounds has increased. The endowment fund has increased by $:io,:i92. 
Approximately $10,000 has been received as current operating scholarship funds during 
the year. 

High Point College is in desperate need of additional funds from the College Sustain- 
ing Fund of the North Carolina Conference. Last year we received $22 per full-time 
student from the North Carolina Sustaining Fund and $53 per full-time student from the 
Western North Carolina Conference or a total of $75 from both conferences. The amount 
appropriated to each student at High Point College is no more than one half or perhaps 
less of the amount appropriated to each student at the other colleges in the Conferences. 

Student religious activities play an important part in the life of the college. Faculty 
members head up the leadership in the Department of Religion. In March the college, 
in co-operation with local churches played host to the State Conference of the Methodist 
Student Movement. In the regular life of the college the Student Christian Association 
is responsible for Sunday evening vespers. Religious Emphasis Week, and other campus- 
wide religious activities. The fellowship teams offer to all students who are interested 
an opportunity to participate in church activities. After a period of careful training, these 
teams go out to surrounding churches to lead in services. This summer 19 students will 
be taking part in special summer activities. 

Immediate needs of the college: (1) Increased operating funds from the College 
Sustaining Fund; (2) Larger endowment; (3) A new and adequate gymnasium and 
dining hall and kitchen; (4) A separate bmlding for an infirmary; (5) additional equip- 
ment such as an adequate pipe organ for the memorial auditorium and chapel. 

5. LouisBURG College 

Total enrollment at Louisburg College during the 1955-56 session was 343, repre- 
senting an increase of more than 507^' over the previous year. Pre-registrations for the 



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p56-57 session are running ahead of last year, and indications are that a capacity enroll- 
nient will be reached for the coming year. 

During the past summer renovations included Main Building which opened new 
dormitory space for men. A central heating plant has been completed at a cost of 
ipproximately $125,000. It is expected that tJie Davis Building will be remodeled during 
he summer to provide much needed additional classroom space and living quarters for 
acuity members. 

Urgent physical needs include a cafeteria and a library building. Long term needs 
include a classroom-auditorium building and additional donnitory space. 
' Indebtedness on the central heating plant is $85,000 which sum is covered by 
inticipated United College Appeal funds. 

The college closed its Hscal year May 31, 1956, with a surplus in its year's operations. 
Statistics for the 1955-56 session are: officers and instructors, 25; students, 343; value 
if property, $1,260,000; endowments, $160,000. 



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: Statistics for the year 1955-56 

Total enrollment — 534; Number of faculty — 32; Number of staff — 29; Value of 
buildings and Grounds— $3,250,000; Total Budget for Fiscal Year 1955-56— $525,000; 
,pent for Capital Expansion — $400,000; Endowment — $1,625,000. 

Pfeiffer College expects to enroll its first senior class in September 1956, when the 
Jtal enrollment will approximate 650 students. Our faculty will increase to nearly 50 
nd other expansion will be in proportion. We are now in process of completing a cam- 
aign for $1,500,000 which will make possible a new science building, new dormitory 
nd 12 additional faculty homes. The dormitory and homes will be ready for occupancy 
;liis fall. The college is owned and operated by the Woman's Division of Christian Service 
^nd receives support from Methodist women in all parts of the country. 

Section B 
; METHODIST STUDENT MOVEMENT 

I The Reverend J. Robert Regan, Jr., State Director of the North Carolina Methodist 
jtudent Movement, has had a busy, successful, and rewarding year working with our 
':udent organization in all sections of the state. He has visited most of the 58 colleges 
a the state which has brought him in contact with college officials and MSM groups, 
fnder his leadership 26 units of the MSM have been organized. Interdenominational 
•rograms are being carried on at 31 other institutions. 

! A more detailed report of the Methodist Student Movement will be found following 
\\e Board of Education report under the title, "Inter-Conference Commission on Student 
.ehgious Work." This program presents one of the most challenging opportunities for 
"eative evangelistic, missionary, and educational activity to be found in the Methodist 

hurch. 
We commend Mr. Regan for his outstanding leadership in this field and enthusias- 

cally recommend his reappointment for another year. 

Section C 

PLAN FOR DISTRIBUTING COLLEGE SUSTAINING FUND 
1956-1957 FUND 

stimated income for this fund $208,250.00 

Distribute quarterly from current receipts as follows: 

United College Appeal $60,000.00 

Louisburg College 61,900.00 

High Point College 35,585.00 

Greensboro College 30,475.00 

Duke University (Divinity School ) 20,290.00 

Section D 

THE METHODIST COLLEGE COMMITTEE 

( Local Church ) 

It is the belief of the Committee on Schools and Colleges that the committee in the 
Jcal church called the "Methodist College Committee" should be responsible, along with 



132 North Carolina Annual Conference 

the pastor, for the presentation of the opportunities and needs of our Methodist Colleges 
ana lor encouraging our Metliodist young people to attend these colleges. Early in the 
conterence year tnis committee should plan its program for the year. 

The minimum program for the local church should include the following: 

( 1 ) In co-operation with the Commission on Education, plan for the proper observ- 
ance of Student Recognition Day in December, Race Relations Day in February, and 
Methodist btuuent Day in June. 

{2) Plan for the most ettective observance of Christian College Day on Sunday 
April 28. _ 

{'6) Inform each church about the Sustaining Fund. 

{4j A personal interview by the pastor of each local Methodist high school senion 
for the purpose ot presenting the challenge of our Methodist colleges. 

(5) Early in the school year, send the names and addresses of all Methodist high 
school seniors to the executive secretary of the Conference Board of Education and thf 
district superintendent. 

(6) Ihe Methodist College Committee is urged to use its own initiative anci 
imagination in trymg to set up a local Methodist Scholarship Fund for worthy Methodist 
students. 

Intorm church members about the work of the Wesley Foundations and Methodist 
Student Movement and enlist their interest in this work. 

J. W. Page Chairmai 
Section E 

RECOMMENDATIONS CONCERNING CERTIFICATES OF INCORPORATION 
FOR COLLEGES AT ROCKY MOUNT AND FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. 

We recommend the adoption of the following certificates of incorporation subject 
to the approval of the University Senate and the Division of Educational Institutions 
and provided that the Boards of Trustees may determine the names of the colleges 
subject to the approval of the Executive Committee of the Board of Education: 

CERTIFICATE OF INCORPORATION 

OF 

METHODIST COLLEGE, INC. 

Article I 

The name of this corporation is Methodist College, Incorporated. 

Article II 

The principal office of this corporation is at the city of Fayetteville, in the count) 
of Cumberland in the State of North Carolina. 

Article III 

The objects for which this corporation is formed are to establish, maintain am 
operate at Fayetteville, Cumberland County, North Carolina, a co-educational institutioi 
of collegiate grade to be known as Methodist College, under the control and directioi 
of the North Carolina Conference, Southeastern Jurisdiction, of The Methodist Church 

Article IV 

In order properly to prosecute said objects, this corporation shall have full powe 
and authority to purchase, lease, and otherwise acquire, hold, mortgage, sell, conve 
and otherwise dispose of, all kinds of property, both real and personal; to borrow inone\ 
to construct, equip and maintain buildings, works and plants; to install, maintain am 
operate all kinds of machinery and appliances; and generally to perform all acts whic 
may be deemed necessary or expedient for the proper and successful prosecution of th 
objects for which this corporation is formed. 

Article V 

This corporation shall have no capital stock. Through its Board of Trustees, herein 
after provided, this corporation shall be conducted and operated as a non-profit coi 
poration, for the purpose of Christian higher education, subject to the control an 
direction of the North Carolina Conference, Southeastern Jurisdiction, of The Methodi^ 
Church. 



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Article VI 

< Snbiect to the control and direction of the North Carohna Conference, Southeastern 
irisdiction. The Methodist Church, as hereinafter more fully set forth, the business and 
lairs of this corTX)ration shall be vested in, administered and managed by the Trustees 
F Methodist College, Incorporated. 

* There shall be twentv-four trustees. At least one-fourth of these shall be ministerial 
iembers of the North Carolina Conference, Southeastern Jurisdiction, The Methodist 
hurch; at le^st one-fourth shall b° re';idents of Cumberland County; and at least 
nree-fourths shall be members of The Methodist Church. Trustees may succeed them- 
,!lves. All trustees shall serve until thnr successors are elected. 

The trustees shall be divided into four clnsses of sW members e^ch, whose term of 
ffice shall expire respectively, July 1, 1957, July 1, 1958, Julv 1, 1959, July 1, 1960. 



Article VII 



Upon the expiration of the term of office of each class, the Board of Education of 
je North Carolina Conference, Southeastern Jurisdiction, The Methodist Church, after 
jrsultation with the nominating committee of the Board of Trustees, shall nomiTiate 
iP'r successors to serve for a period of four vears or until their successors are eVcted, 
pd "Jubmit the names of persons nominated to the North Carolina Conference, Southeast- 
rn TiirisdiVh'nn. of said church for election or rejection, 
j The North Carolina Conference, Southp^stpm Jurisdiction, The Methodist Church, 

Sll have power, at any time, by a two-thirds vote of its members to remove from 
ce anv tnistee. 
I Should ther° exist a vacancv bv death, resienation, or otherwise, of anv trustee, the 
imp shall be filled for the unexpired term in the same manner described above for the 
ertion of tnisfpes. provide"! persons so nominpted bv the Ronrd of Education of the 
orth Carolina Conference, Southeastern Jurisdiction, shnll ex'errise all powers confp^-rod 
nder thpse articles of i^norporition imUl they have been either elected or rejected by 
le ^f'd Conforpppp of Thp Mpt'hndist church. 
All members of this Board of Tnistees shall be at least twenty-one years of age. 

Article VIII 

The said Board of Trustees shall administer the affairs of this corporation and conduct 
s business in trust for The Methodist Church and subiect to the will, control 
nd dirpction of the North Carolina Conference, Southeastern Jurisdiction of the 
iid church, or any committee or agency to which the said conference delegates this 
ithority provided, however, said Board of Tmstees shall have full power to sell, 
'jnvev, mortgage or otherwise dispose of any of the real estate owned bv this cor- 
oration upon consent and permission of the executive' committee of the Board of Edu- 
ition of the said church. 

Article IX 

This corporation is authorized to solicit, acquire and receive real and personal prop- 
'tv by purchase, gift, devise, or otherwise, and to hold and to administer such property 
•r the benefit of Methodist College, Inc., and in accordance with the uses and trusts, 
any, declared in anv and all conveyance or other instrument under which such property 
j acquired. Specificallv, this corporation is authorized to succeed to and own all property, 
Ul, personal, and mixed, tangible and intangible, and hold the title thereto, and to 
icceed to and own all rights, privileges and powers, including all powers necessary to 
^minister all tnist funds upon the uses and trusts declared in any will, deed or other 
istniment, and this corporation shall assume and be liable for the payment of all debts 
id liabilities of Methodist College, Inc., to the full extent authorized and provided and 
pnferred uoon this corporation by Chapter 55 of the Ceneral Statutes of North Carolina 
5 amended, provided, however, that the Board of Trustees shall not in anv w^v or 
ianner be personnalv liable for anj' debts, obligations or liabilities of Methodist College, 

10. 

Article X 

The said Board of Trustees shall have power to make rules, regulations, and bv-laws, 
ot inconsistent with law and not inconsistput with the provisions hereof. The said Board 
I Tnistees shall fix the time and place of holding their annual and other meetings and 
Tail elect the following officers of this corporation, namely, a chairman of its Board of 
nistees, a Secretary, a Treasurer, and such other officers as it mav dptprnune. Al«o t^he 
*in Board of Trustees shall elect the faculty, including the President of Methodist 
ollege, Inc., and such other employees as it may deem necessary. The said Board of 



134 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Trustees shall annually elect, from members of said Board of Trustees, an Executive 
Committee consisting of at least five and not more than nine members, which Executive 
Committee shall have the powers and shall perform the duties to be fixed by the by- 
laws not inconsistent with the charter. The President of Methodist College, Inc., shall be 
ex-officio a member of said Executive Committee. 

Article XI 

Twelve (12) tnistees shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business at any 
regular or called meetings of said Board of Trustees; and it shall be the duty of said 
Board of Trustees, or of its said Executive Committee, as shall be determined, to fix the 
salaries of the faculty and other employees, and to make all contracts and agreements 
necessary to the business and management of the corporation. 

Article XII 

The faculty of Methodist College, Inc., and the Board of Trustees of Methodist 
College, Inc., when licensed or authorized to do so under the laws of the state of North 
Carolina, shall have power to confer degrees and marks of honor such as are conferred 
by colleges and imiversities generally. 

Article XIII 

The said Board of Trustees shall have power to make, and from time to tinte, alter, 
such by-laws as it may deem necessary. 

Article XIV 

The Division of Educational Institutions of the Board of Education of The Methodist 
Church shall have full visitatorial pri^'ileges and powers as provided by the Discipline 
of The Methodist Church in respect to the corporation herein formed and in relation 
to the college operated imder said corporation's management. 

Article XV 
The period of existence of this corporation is unlimited. 

CERTIFICATION OF INCORPORATION 

OF 

ROCKY MOUNT COLLEGE, INC. 

Article I 

The name of this corporation is Rocky Mount College, Incorporated. 

Article II 

The princiii d office of this corporation is at the city of Rocky Mount, in the counties 
of Nash and Edgecombe, in the State of North Carolina. 

Article III 

The objects for which this corporation is formed are to establish, maintain and 
operate at Rocky Mount, Nash and Edgecombe Counties, North Carolina, a co-educational 
institution of collegiate grade to be known as Rocky Mount College, under the control 
and direction of the North Carolina Conference, Southeastern Jurisdiction, of The Meth- 
odist Church. 

Article IV 

In order properly to prosecute said objects, this corporation shall have full power 
and authority to purchase, lease, and otherwise acquire, hold, mortgage, sell, conve> 
and otherwise dispose of, all kinds of property, both real and personal; to borrow money: 
to constnict, equip and maintain buildings, works and plants; to install, maintain and 
operate all kinds of machinery and appliances; and generally to perform all acts which j 
may be deemed necessary or expedient for the proper and successful prosecution of the j 
objects for which this corporation is formed. ! | 

Article V 

This corporation shall have no capital stock. Through its Board of Trustees, herein- 
after provided, this corporation shall be conducted and operated as a non-profit corpo- 



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ration, for the purpose of Christian higher education, subject to the control and direction 
of the North CaroHna Conference, Southeastern Jurisdiction, of The Methodist Church. 

Article VI 

Subject to the control and direction of the North Carolina Conference, Southeastern 
Jurisdiction, The Methodist Church, as hereinafter more fully set forth, the business and 
affairs of this corporation shall be vested in, administered and managed by the Trustees 
of Rocky Mount College, Incorporated. 

There shall be twenty-four trustees. At least one-fourth of these shall be ministerial 
members of the North Carolina Conference, Southeastern Jurisdiction, The Methodist 
Church; at least one-fourth shall be residents of Nash and Edgecombe Counties; and at 
least three-fourths shall be members of The Methodist Church. Trustees may succeed 
themselves. All trustees shall serve until their successors are elected. 

The trustees shall be divided into four classes of six members each, whose term of 
office shall expire respectively, July 1. 1957, July 1, 1958, July 1, 1959, July 1, 1960. 

Article VII 

Upon the expiration of the term of office of each class, the Board of Education of 
the North Carolina Conference, Southeastern Juristriction, The Methodist Church, after 
consultation with the nominating committee of the Board of Trustees, shall nominate 
■their successors to serve for a period of four years or until their successors are elected, 
and submit the names of persons nominated to the North Carolina Conference, South- 
eastern Jurisdiction, of said church for election or rejection. 

The North Carolina Conference, Southeastern Jurisdiction, The Methodist Church, 
shall have power, at any time, by a majority vote of its members to remove from office 
any trustee. 

Should there exist a vacancy by death, resignation, or otherwise, of any trustee, the 
san>e shall be filled for the unexpired term in the same manner described above for the 
election of trustees, provided persons so nominated by the Board of Education of the 
North Carolina Conference, Southeastern Jurisdiction, shall exercise all powers conferred 
imder these articles of incnrrionition until thev have been either elected or rejected 
liy the said Conference of The Methodist Church. 

All members of this Board of Trustees shall be at least twentv-onc years of age. 

Article VIII 

The said Board of Trustees shall administer the affairs of this corporation and 
conduct its business in trust for The Methodist Church and subi^^ct to the wH. rnnt'-ol 
and direction of the North Carolina Conference, Southeastern Jurisdiction of the said 
:hurrh, or any committee or aeencv to which the said conference delegates this authority; 
provided, however, said Board of Trustees shall have full power to sell, convey, mortgage 
)r otherwise dispose of any of the real estate owned by this cornoration upon consent 
md nermission of the executive committee of the Board of Education of the said 
■onference. 

Article IX 

This corporation is authorized to solicit, acquire, and receive real and personal 
property by purchase, gift, devise, or otherwise, and to hold and to administer such 
iron^rtv for the benefit of Rocky Mount College, Inc., and in accordance with the uses 
md trusts, if any, declared in anv and all conveyance or other instrument under which 
-uch pronertv is acouired. Snecificsllv. th^'s corromtion is authonVed to succeed to and 
)wn all property, real personal, and mixed, tangible and intangible, and hold the titl" 
:hereto, and to succeed to and own all ri<Thts, privileges and DOwers. including all cowers 
.leressarv to administer all funds upon the uses and trusts dpclared in any will, deed or 
"ther instrument, and th''s corporation sh^H assume and be liabV- for the pavment of all 
lebts and liabilities of Rockv Mount College. Inc., to the full e.xte^t authorized and 
orovid«d and conferred upon this corporation by Chapter 55 of the General Statutes of 
North Carolina as amendf>d. provided, however, that the Board of Trustees shall not in 
' j>nv wav or n^'^nnpr be personally liable for any debts, obligations or liabilities of the 
^ocky Mount College, Inc. 

Article X 

The said Board of Trustees shall have power to make rules, regulations, and by-laws. 
iot inconsistent with law and not inconsistent w'th the provisions hereof. The said 
Board of Trustees shall fix the time and nlace of holding their annual and other meetings 
>nd shall elect the following officers of this corporation, namely, a chairman of its Board 



136 North Carolina Annual Conference 

of Trustees, a Secretary, a Treasurer, and such other officers as it may determine. Also 
the said Board of Trustees shall elect the faculty, including the President of Rocky 
Mount College, Inc., and such other employees as it may deem necessary. The said 
Board of Trustees shall annually elect, from members of said Board of Trustees, an 
Executive Committee consisting of at least five and not more than nine members, which 
Executive Committee shall have the powers and shall perform the duties to be fixed 
by the by-laws not inconsistent with this charter. The President of Rocky Mount College, 
Inc., shall be ex-officio a member of said Executive Committee. 

Article XI 

Twelve (12) trustees shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business at any 
regular or called meetings of said Board of Trustees; and it shall be the duty of said 
Board of Trustees, or of its said Executive Committee, as shall be determined, to fix 
the salaries of the faculty and other employees, and to make all contracts and agree- 
ments necessary to the business and management of the corporation. 

Article XII 

The faculty of Rocky Mount College, Inc., and the Board of Trustees of Rocky Mount 
College, Inc., when licensed or authorized to do so under the laws of the state of 
North Carolina, shall have the power to confer degrees and marks of honor such as are 
conferred by colleges and universities generally. 

Article XIII 

The said Board of Trustees shall have power to make, and from time to time, 
alter, such by-laws as it may deem necessary. 

AHicle XIV 

The Division of Educational Institutions of the Board of Education of The Methodist 
Church shall have full visitatorial privileges and powers as provided by the Discipline 
of The Methodist Church in respect to the corporation herein formed and in relation 
to the college operated under said corporation's management. 

Article XV 
The period of existence of this corporation is unlimited. 

APPENDIX 

It is proposed that the Western North Carolina Conference, Southeastern Jurisdic- 
tion, The Methodist Church, join the North Carolina Conference, Southeastern Juris- 
diction, The Methodist Church, in establishing, owning, and maintaining Rocky Mount 
College, Inc., and Methodist College, Inc. If and when this action is taken by the two 
said conferences, it is suggested that this charter be changed in the following ways: 

I 

Each time the North Carolina Conference, Southeastern Jurisdiction, The Methodist 
Church, is mentioned it shall be followed with the following: and the Western North 
Carolina Conference, Southeastern Jurisdiction, The Methodist Church. 

II 

Article VI shall be changed as follows: 

There shall be thirty-two trustees. At least one-fourth of these shall be ministers 
of The Methodist Church, at least one-fourth shall be residents of the local county or 
counties and, at least three-fourths shall be members of The Methodist Church. 

One-fourth of these trustees shall be elected for terms of one year — to expire in 1957; 
one-fourth shall be elected for terms of two years — to expire in 1958; one-fourth shall 
be elected for three years — to expire in 1959; and one-fourth shall be elected for four 
years — to expire in 1960. Trustees may succeed themselves. All trustees shall serve 
until their successors are elected. 

Three-fourths of these trustees shall be nominated by the Board of Education of the 
North Carolina Conference, Southeastern Jurisdiction, The Methodist Church, and sub- 
mitted to the North Carolina Conference, Southeastern Jurisdiction of said church for 
election or rejection. 



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One-fourth of these trustees shall be nominated by the Board of Education of the 
\Vestern North Carolina Conference, Southeastern Jurisdiction, The Methodist Church, 
ind submitted to the Western North Carolina Conference, Southeastern Jurisdiction 
if said church for election or rejection. 

777 

Article VII shall be changed to read as follows: 

Beginning in 1957 and each year thereafter the North Carolina Conference, South- 
astern Jurisdiction, The Methodist Church, upon nomination by the Board of Education 
■f said conference, after consultation with the nominating committee of the Board of 
"rustees, shall elect successors to those trustees elected by said conference whose terms 
lave expired to serve for a period of four years or until their successors are elected, and 
the Western North Carolina Conference, Southeastern Jurisdiction, The Methodist 
church, upon nomination of the Board of Education of said conference, after consulta- 
'ion with the nominating committee of the Board of Trustees, shall elect successors to 
hose trustees elected by said conference whose terms have expired to serve for a 
)eriod of four years or imtil their successors are elected. 

The North Carolina Conference, Southeastern Jurisdiction, The Methodist Church, 
hall have power, at any time, by a majority vote of its members to remove from office 
ny trustees elected by said conference. 

' The Western North Carolina Conference, Southeastern Jurisdiction, The Methodist 
>hurch. shall have power, at any time, by a majority vote of its members to remove 
•rom office any trustee elected by said conference. 

Should there exist a vacancy by death, or resismation, or otherwise, of any trustee, 
^ne same shall be fill°d for the unexpired term bv tlie North Carolina Conference or the 
Vestem North Carolina Conference as provided above for the election of trustees, 
rovided nersons nominated by the Boards of Education of these two conferences shall 
xercisp all powers conferred under these articles of incorporation until they have been 
ither elected or reiected by the conference electing them. 

All members of the Board of Trustees shall be at least twenty-one years of age. 

7V 

.\rticle XI shall be changed to read as follows: 

Sixteen (16) trustees shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business, etc. 

RECOMMENDED REVISIONS IN THE PROPOSED CHARTERS OF 
METHODIST COLLEGE, INC. AND ROCKY MOUNT COLLEGE, INC. 

Article III 

At the end of line four, following the words "Southeastern Jurisdiction," these words: 
-ubiect to the appropriate provisions of the Discipline," so that the paragraph will read: 

The objects for which this corporation is formed are to establish, maintain and 
Derate at Fayetteville, Cumberland County, North Carolina, a co-educational insti- 
tion of collegiate grade to be known as Methodist College, under the control and 
rection of the North Carolina Conference, Southeastern Jurisdiction, subject to the 
:)propriate provisions of the Discipline of the Methodist Church. 

Article V 

At the end of line three, following "Christian higher education," strike out the re- 
ainder of the paragraph and substitute the following: "and to extend the influence of 
ience, art, and Christian culture," so that the paragraph will read: 

This corporation shall have no capital stock. Through its Board of Trustees, herein- 
ter provided, this corporation shall be conducted and operated as a non-profit cor- 
)ration, for the purpose of Christian higher education ancl to extend the influence of 
ience, art, and Christian culture. 

Article XVI 
Add Article XVI as follows: 

Amendments may be made to this charter which are not inconsistent with the 
rinciples as set forth in the preceding articles by a two-thirds vote of the Board of 
|"ustees and confirmation by the said North Carolina Conference. Such amendments 
List be executed in accordance with the procedure as set forth in the laws of Nortli 
♦rolina. E. B. Fisher, President 

O. Kelly Ingram, Secretary 



138 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Section F 

A RESOLUTION FROM THE BOARD OF EDUCATION CONCERNING 
THE SELECTION OF A SITE FOR ROCKY MOUNT COLLEGE 

We recommend that the North CaroHna Conference authorize the Board of Educa- 
tion to set up a committee to select the site for Rocky Mount College after consulta- 
tion with qualified professional and technical advisers, and that the expense of securing ; 
said technical advice he paid out of World Service Funds. 

E. B. Fisher, President 
O. K. Ingram, Secretary 

Report No. 3 

NOMINATIONS 

Section A 

CERTIFICATION OF DIRECTORS OF CHRISTIAN EDUCATION 1956 

In accordance with Discipline, Par. 1454, the following are recorded as the certified' 
directors of Christian education in this annual conference: 

Ballance, Miss Ethelynde, Roberdell Charge, Roberdell, N. C. 

Dorn, Miss Carolyn, Easley, S. C. 

Johnson, Miss Elizabeth D., Durham, N. C. 

Miller, Mrs. J. IL, Jr., Methodist Church, Snow Hill, N. C. 

Nance, Miss Mable, Trinity Methodist Church, Durham, N. C. 

Nye, Miss Alta, Milton Charge, Blanch, N. C. 

Richardson, Miss Sarah, (teacher) Clayton, N. C. 

Recommended for Certification 

Jones, Mrs. Trudy Croft, Duke Memorial Methodist Church, Durham, N. C. 
Jones, Miss Jewel Anne, Duke Divinity School, Durham, N. C. 
Wike, Miss Nancy, Jarvis Memorial Methodist Church, Greenville, N. C. 
During the past year the following certified directors have been transferred to other:' 
annual conferences: 

Cook, Miss Olive, to the Troy Conference, New York State 

During the past year the following certified directors have given up this relationship.' 

and are now dropped from the roster: ! 

Terry, Mrs. Frances R., Raleigh, N. C. \ 

"\ 

Section B ' 

DISTRICT DIRECTORS ( 

The following persons are nominated by the Conference Board of Education to serve' 
as District Directors for the conference year 1956-57: 

District Directors of Children's Work 
District Na7ne and Address 

Burlington Mrs. Carl Willard, 234 Waverly Way, Burlington, N. C. 

Durham Miss Elizabeth D. Johnson, 1709 Maryland Ave., Durham, N. C 

Elizabeth City Mrs. C. S. Meekins, Manteo, N. C. 

Fayetteville Mrs. James A. Auman, Rt. 3, Fayetteville, N. C. 

Goldsboro Mrs. E. H. Smotherman 

New Bern Miss Charlotte Stevenson, Box 193, Havelock, N. C. 

Raleigh Mrs. Sidney Boone, Box 662, Wendell, N. C. 

Rocky Mount Miss Faith Sneeden, First Meth. Church, Rocky Mount, N. ( 

Wilmington Mrs. V. E. Queen, 1516 Market St., Wilmington, N. C. 

District Directors of Youth Work 
District Name and Address 

Burlington Rev. Harmon L. Smith, Jr., 2107 N. Ashland St., Burlington 

N. C. I 

Durham ! 

Elizabeth City Rev. L. A. Aitken, Manteo, N. C. | 

Rev. Paul W. Aitken, Roper, N. C. I 



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Fa> etteville Rev. James A. Auman, Rt. 3, Fayetteville, N. C. 

Goldsboro Rev. Wallace Kirby, Fremont, N. C. 

New Bern Rev. G. Robert McKenzie, Jr., Jarvis Memorial Church, 

Greenville, N. C. 

Raleigh Rev. E. Clifford Shoaf, Lillington, N. C. 

Rocky Mount 

Wilmington Rev. Harry Jordan, Southport, N. C. 

District DmECTORS of Intermediate Work 
District Name and Address 

Burlington Rev. W. S. Brogan, Swepsonville, N. C. 

Durham Rev. Kenneth Sexton, Box 51, Longhurst, N. C. 

Elizabeth City Rev. James R. Couchman, Brite Meadows, Elizabeth City, N. C. 

Fayetteville Rev. R. Keith Glover, Maxton, N. C. 

Goldsboro Miss Doris Allen, 204 E. Chestnut St., Goldsboro, N. C. 

Xew Bern Rev. R. Bruce Pate, Bridgeton, N. C. 

Raleigh Mrs. E. I. Terry, 2621 Oberlin Road, Raleigh, N. C. 

; Rocky Mount Rev. C. W. Barbee, Enfield, N. C. 

Wilmington Rev. W. M. Wells, Jr., Carolina Beach, N. C. 

Di.strict Directors of Adult Work 
District Name and Address 

Burlington Rev. R. L. Nicks, 256 Cobb Ave., Burlington, N. C. 

Durham 

Elizabeth City Rev. Robert Eason, Columbia, N. C. 

Fayetteville Rev. P. H. Layfield, Jr., West End, X. C. 

Goldsboro 

Xew Bern Rev. J. H. Miller, Jr., 1407 Howard St., Kinston, X. C. 

Raleigh Mr. John M. Meares, Box 3006, Raleigh, N. C. 

Rocky Mount Rev. E. R. Shuller, Conway, N. C. 

Wilmington Rev. H. Fred Davis, Fairbluff, X. C. 

DisTRif:T Directors of General CmmcH School Work 
District Name and Address 

jBurhngton Rev. James C. P. Brown, Pittsboro, N. C. 

Durham Rev. W. K. Babington, 2524 Banner St., Durham, N. C. 

Elizabeth City Rev. O. Kelly Ingram, First Methodist Church, Elizabeth City, 

N. C. 

Fayetteville Rev. C. S. Boggs, 311 Pearl St., Fayetteville, N. C. 

IGoldsboro Rev. D. L. Fonts, First Methodist Church, Mount Olive, N. C. 

Xew Bern Rev. J. D. A. Autry, Richlands, N. C. 

Raleigh Rev. W. Carl Walton, Jr., 2312 Milburnie Road, Raleigh, N. C. 

Rocky Mount Mr. T. S. Newbold, New Ricks Building, Rocky Mount, N. C. 

Assistant: Rev. R. W. Pritchard, Rich Square, N. C. 
Wilmington Rev. E. H. Smothennan, 2425 Monroe St., Wilmington, N. C. 

Section C 
RECOMMENDATION CONCERNING THE APPROVAL OF TRUSTEES 

Greensboro College: Marshall Spears, Durham, N. C. (Term to expire December 
31, I960); C. D. Douglass, Raleigh, N. C. (Term to expire December 31, 1960); Graham 
S. Eubank, Fayetteville, N. C. (Term to expire December 31, 1958). 
I High Point College: Mrs. D. S. Coltrane, Raleigh, N. C; Bishop Paul N. Garber, 
jRichmond, Virginia. (These are re-elected to four-year terms closing with the July 
meeting in 1959.) 

Louisburg College: Terms to expire 1956 and are re-nominated to succeed them- 
jselves for a term expiring in 1959: Mrs. Belle D. Cooper, C. S. Bunn, Rev. D. E. Earn- 
hardt. L. Roscoe Foreman, W. E. Horner, J. W. Jenkins, Mrs. Floyd Johnson, Rev. M. 
\\". Lawrence, Rev. J. W. Lineberger, Rev. W. V. McRae, Rev. C. P. Morris, M. V. 
\\<-stmoreland. 

Board of Managers: N. C. Pastors' School for terms to expire 1959: R. G. Dawson, 
\. J. Hobbs. 

Trustees: Camp Don-Lee, Inc. — Terms to expire 1959: F. L. Blount, L. A. Fore- 
man, F. D. Hedden. 



140 North Carolina Annual Conference 

NOMINATIONS FOR TRUSTEES FOR COLLEGES AT ROCKY MOUNT 
AND FAYETTEVILLE 

The Board of Education nominates the following to be trustees for colleges at 
Rocky Mount and Fayetteville: 

Methodist College, Inc. 

Located at the city of Fayetteville, in the county of Cumberland, in the state of 
North Carolina. 

Class No. I, Term to Expire July 1, 1957 

1. Mr. J. M. Wilson, Fayetteville, N. C. 

2. Dr. Allen P. Brantley, 503 Tarleton St., Burlington, N. C. 

3. Mr. W. Edd. Fleshman. Fayetteville, N. C. 

4. Dr. William Spence, Elizabeth City, N. C. 

5. Rev. O. L. Hathaway, P.O. Box 3246, Fayetteville, N. C. 

6. Mrs. Earl W. Brian, 2111 White Oak Road, Raleigh, N. C. 

Class No. II, Term to Expire July 1, 1958 

1. Mr. Wilson Yarborough, Fayetteville, N. C. 

2. Rev. W. A. Crow, Warrenton, N. C. 

3. General John R. Hodge. Fayetteville, N. C. 

4. Mr. T. Nelson Gibson, Gibson, N. C. 

5. Mr. L. Stacey Weaver, 1724 Vista St., Durham, N. C. 

6. Mr. W. Robert Johnson, 1512 Evergreen Ave., Goldsboro, N. C. 

Class No. Ill, Term to Expire July 1, 1959 

1. Rev. Vergil E. Queen, 1516 Market St., Wilmington, N. C. 

2. Mr. Toe Tallv, Jr., Favetteville, N. C. 

3. Rev. Tack W. Page. 117 Brooks Ave.. Raleigh, N. C. 

4. Mr. Frank McBride. Favetteville, N. C. 

5. Mr. W. E. Homer, Sanford, N. C. 

6. Mr. Leno.x G. Cooper, Wilmington, N. C. 

Class No. TV, Term to Expire July 1, 1960 

1. Dr. W. L. Clegg, 1002 W. Knox St., Durham, N. C. 

2. Dr. R. L. Pitman, Favetteville, N. C. 

3. Mrs. E. L. Hillman, Siler City, N. C. 

4. Mr. Terry Sanford, Fayetteville, N. C. 

5. Mr. Ernest L. Sanders, Tabor City, N. C. 

6. Rev. Graham S. Eubank, Box 1225, Fayetteville, N. C. 

Rocky Mount College, Inc. 

Located at the city of Rocky Mount, in the counties of Nash and Edgecombe, in 
the state of North Carolina. 

Class No. I, Terms to Expire July 1, 1957 

1. Mr. C. S. Tohnson, P.O. Drawer 1260, Rockv Mount, N. C. 

2. Rev. Key W. Taylor. South Mills, N. C. 

3. Mr. J. Curtis Ellis, Nashville, N. C. 

4. Rev. T. D. A. Autry, Richlands, N. C. 

5. Mr. F. L. Blount, Greenville, N. C. 

6. Mr. Joseph Branch, Enfield, N. C. 

Class No. II, Term to Expire July 1, 1958 

1. Mr. Arthur L. Tyler, West Haven, Rocky Mount, N. C. 

2. Mrs. L. B. Jenkins, Kinston, N. C. 

3. Mr. D. S. Coltrane, 1611 Oberlin Road, Raleigh, N. C. 

4. Mr. J. J. Medford, P.O. Box 611, Oxford, N. C. 

5. Mr. Garland S. Garris, Attorney-at-Law, Troy, N. C. 

6. Rev. W. M. Howard, Jr., Greenville, N. C. 

Class No. Ill, Term to Expire July 1, 1959 

1. Mr. Thomas J. Pearsall, West Haven, Rocky Mount, N. C. 

2. Mr. Harold Makepiece, Sanford, N. C. 



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3. Mrs. Pierce Johnson, Weldon, N, C. 

4. Dr. William feters, Elizabeth City, N. C. 

5. Dr. C. D. Barclitt, lUi4 Monmouth Ave., Durham, N. C. 

6. Mr. Luther W. Hill, Tarboro, N. C. 

Class No. IV, Term to Expire July 1, 1960 

1. Mr. E. F. Duke, 201 South HoweU St., Rocky Mount, N. C. 

2. Mr. Page K. Gravley, 529 Fails Road, Rocky Mount, N. C. 

3. Mr. E. C. Broolcs, Jr., Attorney-at-Law, Trust Bldg., Durham, N. C. 

4. Rev. Leon Russell, i3U4 Western Avenue, Rocky Mount, N. C. 

5. Mr. W. Jasper Smith, Bethel, N. C. 

6. Dr. J. E. Garlington, Roxboro, N. C. 

Section D 
RECOMMENDED APPOINTMENTS 

Duke University: Professors D. B. Bradley, R. E. Cushman, R. L. Dicks, J. J. 
Rudin, R. H. Sales, A. J. Walton, H. E. Myers, Barney Lee Jones, R. T. Osborn, H. E. 
Spence, retired. 

Greensboro College: Clark Cahow, Director of PubUc Relations 

High Point College: Rev. Grady Whicker, Field Representative 

LouisBURC College: Cecil W. Robbins, President; C. W. Goldston, Professor. 

Conference Camp Director and State MSM Director: Rev. Robert Regan, Jr. 

Professor, Central College: C. E. Hix, Jr. 

Director of Leadership Education, General Board of Education: M. E. Cunningham. 

Executive Secretary ot Conference Board of Education: C. P. Morris. 

Director of Youth Work, Conterence Board of Education: Herman Winberry. 

Director of Adult Work, Conterence Board of Education: Harold Minor. 

Executive Director, Methodist College Foundation of North Carohna, Inc.: D. D. 
Holt. 

Professor, University of Florida: C. S. McCoy. 

Protessor, Boston University: J. T. Greene. 

Professor, Louisburg College: W. N. McDonald. 

Director Methodist Student Fellowship, Duke University: Rev. Arthur Brandenburg. 

Director of Wesley Foundation, ASTC, Boone: R. S. Barefield. 

Section £ 

TRUSTEES OF METHODIST STUDENT CENTER 

Duke University 

Durham, North Carolina 

From the North Carolina Conference: Rev. Edgar B. Fisher, Durham, N. C; Rev. 
D. D. Holt, Greensboro, N. C; Mr. B. Everett Jordan, Saxapahavi', N. C; Mrs. Marshall 
T. Spears, Sr., Durham, N. C. 

From the Western North Carohna Conference (for a term of three years): Dr. 
Charles P. Bowles, Greensboro, N. C; Mr. Edwin L. Jones, Sr., Charlotte, N. C; (for 
a term of six years): Rev. James W. Fowler, Jr., Lake Junaluska, N. C; Mr. Stanford 
R. Brookshire, Charlotte, N. C. 

Appointed by the President of Duke University: Mr. John M. Dozier, Durham, N. C; 
Rev. Barney L. Jones, Durham, N. C; Dr. Charles E. Jordan, Durham, N. C; Dr. 
W. A. Kale, Durham, N. C. 

Section F 

WESLEY FOUNDATION BOARDS OR CAMPUS-CHURCH 
RELATIONS COMMITTEE 

Duke University 

Rev. C. D. Barclift, Rev. Warren Petteway, Rev. M. W. Lawrence, Rev. V. E 
Queen, Rev. J. Robert Regan, Jr., Rev. Arthur Brandenburg, Dr. Charles E. Jordan, 
Protessor McMurry Ritchie, Professor W. A. Kale, Professor J. H. PhiUips, Dean Ellen 
Huckabee, Mrs. George Hargitt, Mrs. R. Bruce White, Mrs. W. H. Vanderbilt, Mr. 
Belton Joyner, Miss Barbara Smith, Mr. Donald McLeod, Miss Dale Sprague. 



142 North Carolina Annual Conference 

University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill 

McNeil Smith, Greensboro; J. D. Phillips, Fayetteville; Frank Hanft, L. R. Wilson, 
Russ Grumman, Fred Weaver, A. Jordan, O. D. Garvin, Charles Hubbard, Murry Unruh, 
Donald Havman, Gran Childress, W. L. Clegg, Mrs. W. L. Clegg, Roy Epperson, Zane 
Eargle. 

Woman's College, U.N.C, Greensboro 

H. C. Ferrell, Dr. Ruth Collins, E. R. Zane, Dr. Warren Ashby, Dr. A. D. Shaftes- 
bury, C. W. Phillips, Mrs. G. W. Yow, Miss Mildred Herring, Gordon Gentry, Brunson 
Wallace, Miss Janet Robinson, Miss Virginia Sabiston, Miss Beth McLamb, Miss 
Jeanette Leonard, Miss Helen Trader, C. C. Lipscomb, R. Harold Hipps, and Mrs. 
J. G. Doggett. 

N. C. State College, Meredith, Rex Hospital and Peace College, Raleigh 

Professor R. M. Pinkerton, B. Troy Ferguson, Dr. R. H. Loeppert, H. E. Springer, 
Dr. R. H. Snyder, George C. Watson, xMrs. H. B. Trader, Dr. J. E. Legates, Rev. J. W. 
Page, Mrs. D. H. Sutton, T. W. Goldston, Jr., Miss Lucy Neblett, Miss Juanita Stott, 
Dr. L. W. Aurand, Dr. Raymond White, Dr. R. P. Moore, Rev. N. V. McGlamery, Rev. 
Grady Dawson. 

Appalachian State Teacher's College, Boone 

Dr. J. G. Barden, Mrs. J. H. Councill, Mrs. K. B. Winkler, W. W. Chester, J. H. 
Councill, Mrs. Paul Coffey, Mrs. Frank Payne, Dr. J. D. Rankin, Dr. Lee Reynolds, 
Doris Ann Gore, Jerry Hutchins, Rev. G. R. Stafford, Rev. E. K. McLarty, Jr., Miss Una 
Edwards, Mrs. J. W. Payne, Rev. E. H. Lowman. 

East Carolina College, Greenville 

Mrs. J. H. Rose, Chairman, Dr. W. E. Marshall, Miss Elizabeth Walker, Mrs. W. H. 
Taft, Mrs. A. D. Frank, Mrs. J. F. Arthur, Mrs. Joseph H. Moye, Mrs. W. G. Gamer, 
Rev. W. M. Howard, Jr., Rev. Robert McKenzie, Miss Nancy Wike, Rev. J. M. Owen, 
Mrs. R. W. Davenport, Miss Deanie B. Haskett, Jane Midyette, Ralph Shumaker, 
Deaconess Mamiej Chandler. 

Western Carolina College, Cullowhee 

Mrs. J. U. Crum, Ralph Sutton, Miss Anne Hammond, Mrs. Dan Moore, Dr. Da\icl 
Daniel, Mrs. Bob Cotter, Mrs. Ruth Reid, Neill Scott, President W. E. Bird, Mrs. 
Chnton Dodson, Miss Doris Wells, Charles Stewart, Rev. Frank Smathers, Ben Edwards 
and Chairman of the Official Board of Cullowhee Methodist Churcli. 

Wake Forest College, Winston-Salem 

Dr. W. Kenneth Goodson, Mrs. Gilmer Whicker, Wesley Bailey, W. A. Hunt, E. 
Paul Hamilton, Ralph Stockton, Jr., Dr. Mark Depp, S. L. Gulledge, Dr. A. J. Crutch- 
field, A. C. Waggoner, Frank A. Stith, Jr., Dr. W. Arthur Kale, Mrs. Davis Cranford, 
Dr. Roy L. Smith, T. Lynwood Smith, James Doggett. 

Members-at-large from N. C. Conference: 

Director of MSM Work at Wake Forest: 

Two Methodist Students at Wake Forest: 

One Faculty Member at Wake Forest: 

E. B. Fisher, President 

O. Kelly Ingram, Secretary 

RESOLUTION CONCERNING CONVENERS FOR TRUSTEES AT 
ROCKY MOUNT AND FAYETTEVILLE 

We recommend that the Board of Education be authorized to appoint conveners 
for the purpose of organizing the Boards of Trustees of Rocky Mount College, Inc., 
and Methodist College, Inc. 

E. B. Fisher, President 
" ' O. Kelly Ingram, Secretary 



Journal of Proceedings 143 

Report No. 4 
ANNUAL REPORT OF CAMP DON-LEE, INC. 

Considerable progress has been made in the development of Camp Don-Lee during 
lie past year. We are now approaching the final phase of this development which began 
;cn years ago. The building program will be completed within the next twelve months. 
>,Vhen this has been done we will have a total propertv evaluation of approximately 
:>200,000.00. 

The camp was struck by two severe hurricanes last fall that inflicted considerable 
lainage to our properties. Two cabins were severely damaged, a retaining wall and a 
i\er pier destroyed, many trees blown down, and minor wind damage inflicted upon 
;)ther buildings. The high tide and lashing waxes also inflicted severe damage to the 
■jver shore, washed out trees, washed out around one cabin, and littered the grounds 
Ivith debris. It was conservatively estimated that we suffered a minimum of twelve or 
ifteen thousand dollars damage to our camp properties in these two storms. 

Two of these hurricanes occurred during the camping season, but we are glad to 
eport that no one was injured. Twice the camp was evacuated and the campers moved 

New Bern where they were housed and fed in the Centenary Methodist Church until 
hey could return to the camp or until their parents came to take them home. Both 

■.anipers and counselors faced the emergency heroically and turned a difficult situation 
nto a profitable experience. We shall forexer be grateful to the people of Centenary 

i^hurch for their helpfulness. 

} Practically all the damage has been repaired and the camp is now more beautiful 
Iian ever. The damaged cabins have been repaired, the shore-line rebuilt, the debris 
.•leaned up, and a new and much larger river pier is to be built. In addition, all the cabins 
lave been painted a rustic brown. Very few scars now remain to remind one of the 
,torms of last fall. We all hope and pray that no more hurricanes bearing the inapt names 
)i docile girls will visit our camp. 

The following buildings ha\e been erected during the past year: a combination 
jarage-workshop-storage building, an infirmary, a crafts hut and three screened-in 
lavilions. These buildings have enhanced both the value and the beauty of the camp, 
'dded to the comfort of the campers, and increased the efficiency of the camping pro- 
'';ram. They were erected under the direction of Mr. T. J. Collier of Bayboro, N. C, 
'reasurer of the camp, at a considerable financial saving to the camp. 
, A beautiful four hundred foot ri\er pier is being built at a cost of approximately 
•4,000.00, $1,000.00 of which was donated by two friends of the camp. This will be a 
(TV substantia! pier, built out of creosoted piling and cypress lumber. It will be insured 
t HiVr of the cost of construction against hurricane and storm damage. 

A number of small gifts of money and equipment have been made to the camp for 
. iiich we are very grateful. These gifts have been recorded in the minutes of Camp Don- 
ee, Inc. 

Blueprints have been drawn for the two buildings that will complete the presently 
nticipated building program. These buildings will be erected within the next six or 
;ight months. They are a Fellowship Lodge and a Staff Lodge. The Fellowship Lodge 
li'ill consist of a large room for fellowship, recreation, and assembly purposes, a camp 
lirector's office, a work room, toilet facilities and large porches on two sides. It will con- 
ain a large fireplace at the end of the hall with another fireplace on the porch. The Staff 
.odge will contain living quarters for both men and women, toilet facilities, a kitchen- 
tility room, a lobby and a porch. 

When these buildings have been completed, it is hoped that a caretaker can be 
ecured to live in the home erected for this purpose and currently being used as a Staff 
-odge. This person will look after the camp properties and make preparation for 
[roups to use the camp. 

1 The Reverend Robert Regan, Jr., has served as our camp director for the past two 
Jears- on a part-time basis. He continues to do an outstanding job of conducting the 
.amping program. Under liis leadership interest in camping has grown until we no 
Dnger can take care of all the boys and girls of the North Carolina Conference at Camp 
)on-Lee who would like to attend a church camp. In spite of the fact that Camp Caro- 
jne was leased for four weeks last summer, several hundred boys and girls who applied 
'or camp had to be turned away. In order to help relieve this situation, this summer, 
firee private camps have been leased for a total of nine weeks for nine district junior 
amps. Camp Don-Lee will be open for the entire summer camping season to interme- 
liate (junior high) boys and girls. In addition the Young Adult Assembly, and the Older 
onth Assembly will be held at Camp Don-Lee this summer. 



144 North Carolina Annual Conference 

The Conference Board of Education is now looking for another campsite and the 
annual conference is being asked to continue an apportionment for tlae development of 
a second conference camp. 

As we near the completion of the development of Camp Don-Lee, we wuold Hke to 
thank the pastors and the laymen of the JNorth Carolina Conference for tlieir loyal sup- 
port without which this camp could not have been built. We are witnessing the fulfill- 
ment of a dream that has been in the hearts and minds of a number of our people for 
a great number of years. Your Board of Trustees has shared in this dream and worked 
diligently to help bring it to pass. We have attempted to be true to the trust placed in 
us to guide the development of this our first Conference Youth Camp. Everyone who 
has had a part in this project can take pride in this camp which we shall dedicate to the 
glory of God and the Christian education of the boys and girls of the North Carohna 
Conference. 

Respectfully submitted, 

L. R. Foreman, President 

C. P. Morris, Secretary and Business Manager 

REPORT ON THE AUDIT 

JULY 30, 1956 
Mr. L. R. Foreman, Chairman 
Board of Trustees 
Camp Don-Lee, Incorporated 
Elizabeth City, North Carohna 

]3ear Mr. Foreman: ' 

We have made an examination of the cash receipts and disbursements of Camp 
Don-Lee, Arapahoe, North Carohna, for the period from August 11. 1955, to July 19, 
1956, and submit herewith our report consisting of the following statements: 

Exhibit A — Summary of Cash Receipts and Disbursements for the period August 

11, 1955, to July 19, 1956. 
Schedule A-1 — Receipts for the period August 11, 1955, to July 19, 1956. 
Schedule A-2 — Disbursements for the period August 11, 1955, to July 19, 1956. 

Our examination consisted of comparing all recorded book receipts with bank 
deposits and paid cancelled checks with book disbursements. In connection with our 
verification, paid invoices were examined in support of disbursements. 

The cash on deposit ($6,289.51) at the Home Savings and Loan Association, Durham, 
North Carolina, and ($2,572.37) at the Guaranty Bank and Trust Company, Bayboro, 
North Carolina, was verified by direct communciation with the depositories. 

The following insurance was in force at July 19, 1956: 

Building and Contents— Fire $66,000.00 

Tieasurer's Bond 2,000.00 

Very truly yours, 
Frank C. Sproul, Certified Public Accountant 

Exhibit A | 

CAMP DON-LEE, INCORPORATED | 

Summary of Cash Receipts and Disbursements for the Period 

August 11, 1955, to July 19, 1956 ! 

Balance — August 11, 1955: 

First Federal Savings and Loan Association, New Bern, N. C. $10,000.00| 

Home Savings and Loan Association, Durham, N. C 6,075.00 

Guaranty Bank and Trust Company, Bayboro, N. C 1,041.37 

Total $17,116.37 

Receipts (Schedule "A-1") • 33,893.12 | 

Total receipts to be accounted for $51,009.4 

Disbursements (Schedule "A-2") 42,147.6 

Balance to be accounted for $ 8,861.or 



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Cash on deposit: 

Home Savings and Loan Association, Durham, N. C $ 6,289.51 

Guaranty Bank and Trust Company, Bayboro, N. C: 

Balance— July 19, 1956 . . . .' $ 3,386.28 

Less — Checks Outstanding: 
July 14, l9o6— Check No. 831, 

Southeastern Equipment Company . . S 42.50 
July 14, 1956— Check No. 832, 

DiUon Supply Company 52.17 

July 14, 1956— Check No. 833, 

Superior Stone Company 150.75 

July 14, 1956— Check No. 834, 

Atlantic Sports Equipment Company 118.83 

July 14, 1956— Check No. 835, 

Don E. Eee 48.00 

July 14, 1956— Check No. 836, 

DuVal's Service Station 35.00 

July 16, 1956— Check No. 837, 

Rev. Robert Regan, Jr 366.66 813.91 2,572.37 

Balance- July 19, 1956 $ 8,861.88 

Schedule A-1 

CAMP DON-LEE, INCORPORATED 

Receipts for the Period August 11, 1955, to July 19, 1956 

I^amp Don-Lee Apportionment Funds from North Carolina Conference 

ot the iSlethoaist Uhurch $22,206.95 

jontnbutions — Individuals l,09o.00 

Mrst l*ederal Savings and Loan Association, 

New i5ern iNortii Carolina — Dividends 300.00 

lome Savings and Loan Association, 

Durham, North Carolina — Interest 214.51 

nsurance Recoveries on btorm Damage 722.50 

nsurance Recovery — Truck Accident 66.55 

amiico Builders and Supply Company — Loan 287.61 

^irst Federal Savings and Loan Association — Loan 9,000.00 

TOTAL RECEIPTS $33,893.12 

Schedule A-2 

CAMP DON-LEE, INCORPORATED 

Disbursements for the Period August 11, 1955, to July 19, 1956 

)onstruction Costs: 

Pier: Materials 

Work Shop and Storage Building: 

Contract 

Electrical Wiring 



Health Center, Craft Shop and Pavihons: 

Labor 

Materials 

Contract 



Fellowship Hall: 
Labor 
Materials . . 



Total Construction Costs 



S 6,000.00 
168.00 


$ 2,594.82 
6,168.00 


$ 3,303.33 
7,899.69 
1,233.51 


12,436.53 


$ 598.35 
4,019.76 


4,618.11 
$25,817.46 



146 North Carolina Annual Conference 

other: 

Camp Director's Salary $ 1,833.30 

Repairs and Maintenance 2,517.44 

Repairs to Swimming Pool 516.63 

Truck and Jeep Repairs 232.07 

Insurance — Fire 636.18 

Travel Expense — Business Manager .... 210.00 

License, Title and Notary Fee — Jeep .... 13.00 

Auditing 75.00 

Seedlings 7.00 

Interest on Loan — First Federal Savings 

and Loan Association 33.01 

Equipment: 

Kitchen Equipment $ 136.91 

Pump . 150.77 

Range and Water Heater 359.90 

Jeep 125.00 

Steel Folding Chairs 42.50 

Diving Board, Life Belts, Paddles, etc. 118.83 

Trailer 35.00 968.91 

Repayments of Loans: 

Pamhco Builders and Supply Company $ 287.61 
First Federal Savings and Loan 

Association 9,000.00 9,287.61 16,330.15 

Total Disbursements $42,147.61 

Report No. 5 

ANNUAL REPORT OF INTER-CONFERENCE COMMISSION ON STUDENT 
RELIGIOUS WORK 

The Inter-Conference Commission has sought to give direction to the program of 
student religious work carried on at all of the lifty-nine colleges of North Carolina. Fi- 
nancial assistance has been provided for the student work being carried on at the fol- 
lowing colleges: University of North Carolina, Rev. Murry Unruli, director; Duke Uni- 
versity, Rev. Art Brandenburg, director; Woman's College, Mrs. Ira Shelley, director; 
Western Carolina College, Rev. and Mrs. Milford Thumm, directors; Appalachian State 
Teachers College, Rev. and Mrs. Everett Lowman, directors; Raleigh colleges. Rev. Neal 
McGlammer>', director; Wake Forest College, Rev. Leonard Ranson, director; East Car- ■ 
ohna College, Miss Mamiej Chandler, director; Catawba College, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn i 
Hardesty, directors; and Davidson College, Rev. Jerry Murray, director. Only a small ' 
amount of money is being provided at Davidson and Catawba Colleges to assist in 
program planning. The Reverend J. Robert Regan, Jr., is employed on a half-time basis 
as State Director of the Methodist Student Movement. The names of the Boards of 
Directors of all Wesley Foundations will be filed with the Conference Secretary for | 
publication in the Journal. ' 

At the present time, we ha\t- twenty-si.\ organized units of the Methodist Student I 
Movement and we co-operate in the interdenominational programs being carried on at ! 
thirty-one other campuses. At those colleges where MSM units are not organized, either ' 
because of administrative policy or because of the infeasibility of organizing such a ! 
group, the intercollegiate program and projects of the MSM are emphasized. At each ! 
of the colleges where Wesley Foundations are organized, tire influence of the Metliodist I 
Church is keenly felt and college officials are looking to us for constructive student reli- ■ 
gious development. Programs on Christian faith, vocations, social issues, missions, andij 
fellowship are well attended at each college, and it is clearly seen that the Christian 
rehgion can and must make an impact on the college campuses. ' 

The Intercollegiate program of the MSM was expanded this year. In October, a re- '' 
treat for presidents and advisers of MSM groups and a Deputations and Fellowship ) 
Team Leadership Conference were held which were attended by thirty-five and fifty j 
leaders, respectively. A series of three weekend district conferences was held in Novem- 1 
ber which brought together 260 students, and in February seventy students attended the j 
first Collegiate Church Vocations Conference held in Chapel Hill. High Point entertained ! 
the state conference in March which attracted 225 students from tliroughout the state 
and an April weekend saw seventy recreation leaders from various colleges gather for 



Journal of Pboceedings 147 

the State Recreational Leadership Conference. The weekend of June 21-23 is set aside 
for the Annual Nurses Retreat, which attracts student nurses from at least fifteen of the 
schools of nursing in the state. In addition, North Carolina has been well-represented 
at the state, regional, and national conferences of students — most notable being the 
attendance of thirty students at the Student Volunteer Movement Conference in Athens, 
Ohio, during the Christmas holidays. Also, the MSM has co-operated very closely witli 
the State Student Ecumenical Movement which sponsored a conference in May on Chris- 
tian imity. The state director serves as adviser for this ecumenical group. The entire 
progrant of activities was carried out under the direction of the State Student Council, 
fim Murr of Davidson, president. Garland Young of High Point College is incoming 
president. 

With 5,167 Methodist students in state institutions of higher learning, 2,959 in 
Methodist colleges, and 2,317 in other private or denominational colleges, diis means 
;hat we have over 13,000 Methodist students in the colleges of North Carohna, when 
ve include those who are enrolled in our thirty-four schools of nursing. Every Methodist 
n North Carolina has a responsibility for the religious training and guidance of these 
tudents. This responsibility carries wth it tremendous financial obligations. To meet the 
ncreased needs of expanding college enrollments, the annual appropriation of fui^s 
•oming from both Annual Conferences will have to be doubled during this quadrennium. 
fo take care of the future leadership of oiu- Church, we must strengthen our student 
rograni. 

W. A. Kale, Chairman, Inter-Conference Commission 

C. P. Morris, Secretary 

J. Robert Regan, Jr., State Director 

Report No. 6 
APPROVED SUPPLY PASTORS' SCHOOL FOR 1956 

The annual Approved Supply Pastors' School at Duke University is a joint project 
the Divinity School of Duke University, the Southeastern Jurisdictional Conference, 
id the Department of In-Service Training of The Methodist Church. The school is 
;lanned to afford opportunity for supply pastors and ministers corning into conference 
lembership to fulfill the requirements of the Course of Study prescribed in the 1952 
lethodist Discipline, and to develop understanding and skills for a more effective 
linistry. 

Tliirty-nine of the 185 students in the 1955 school and five of the teachers were 
lembers of the North Carolina Conference. A direct contribution of $200 from the 
jOrth Carolina Conference was allocated to its men in scholarship grants. The $500 
jlocation for this year will more adequately support those in need of such aid. It is 
pped that local churches and the several districts will provide further help to their 
tpresentatives in the school. 

This year the school will be extended to four weeks to allow each student credit on 
full year of work in the Course of Study. The curriculum and extra-curricular acUvi- 
'S are planned, in co-operation with the Department of In-Service Training, by a 
ivinity School conimittee consisting of Dean James Cannon and Professors W. A. 
lie, A. J. Walton, and McMurry S. Richey. Faculty members this year include two 
istors from the North Carolina Conference, Leon Couch and O. Kelly Ingram; six 
^vinity School faculty members, John W. Carlton, A. Durwood Foster, W. A. Kale, 
reighton Lacy, H. E. Myers, and Gilbert T. Howe; two from the Undergraduate Depart- 
ent of Religion, Clyde L. Manshreck and J. H. Phillips; and William R. Locke of High 
tint College. The daily serxices of worship will be conducted by students and faculty 

inbers under the direction of the classes on "Preaching" and "The Methodist Hymnal 
d Worship." Three evenings a week will be given to lectures, films, sermons, work- 
ops, and faculty forums. 

The dates of the 1956 school will be July 17-August 10. In spite of the greater 
isth and expense of the school this year, advance enrollments are running about the 
lie as for 1955. Probably 175 to 185 will attend, and probably between thirty and 

t> of these will represent the North Carolina Conference. 

As in other years, the Approved Supply Pastors' School has had the helpful co-opera- 
1 1) of the district superintendents and officials of the Conference Boards of Ministerial 
aining of the North Carolina Conference and other annual conferences of the South- 
< stern Jurisdiction, in publicizing the school, securing and approving students, and 
Irnishing supplementary scholarship aid. It is our hope to be of effective service to the 
(nferences and their men in their training through the Course of Study. 

McMuRRY S. Richey, Director 



148 North Carolina Annual Conference 

BOARD OF EVANGELISM ^478 

Your Board of Evangelism calls upon our Conference to become aware of the great 
and pressmg need of the cliurch that it might be the central evangelizmg force in our 
world toaa> . It the Church is to have great spiritual results we must have a great 
e\'angelistic emphasis. (Jur preaching must have a note of urgency in it. We must preach 
for verdicts. Uie ultimate job ot preaching is to move the will, to set it in another 
course. Ihis is still the time in which we must bring the wills of men into tune with 
the will ot Cod. The true spirit of evangelism must permeate the entire program of the 
Church. 

lour Conference Board of Evangelism presents the following recommendations with 
the hope and prayer that they will receive the hearty endorsment of our Conference: 

1. We pledge our Board of Evangelism to co-operate fully witli the General Board I 
of Evangelism as it seeks to guide the general churclt in its evangelistic ettorts. 

2. In order that ministers may be better trained in the held of evangehsm, we recom- 
mend that Schools of Evangelism for pastors be held m each district during this con- 
ference year. 

3. We recommend that Workshops in Evangelism for local church Commissions on 
Membership and li,vangelism be conducted on a suodistrict level during the ensuing year. 

4. Kealizing the value of prayer, your Board urges that every church co-operate in 
the Prayer Movement promoted by the General board of Evangelism. 

5. Every church is urged to pardcipate in the Church Attendance Crusade, January 1 
through Easter, 1957. 

b. One of the most important phases in evangelistic effort is that of finding prospects. 
We, therefore, recommend that a c>ommunity Jrteligious burvey be conducted in order 
to tind those to be reached for Christ. 

7. Your Board of Evangelism mtist work with our Conference Board of Missions 
and Church E.xtension in locating and establishing new churches. 

8. Every local church is urged to make the best possible use of all devotional mate- 
rials available for the cultivations of the spiritual life. 

9. We pledge our full support to all conference boards and commissions sharing in 
the evangelistic efforts of our Conference. 

10. Vve urge that all methods or evangelism be used that are in accordance with 
the historical framework of Methodism. 

li. Jhealizing the importance ot knowing what is taking place in the field of evange- 
lism in our Loiiterence, we recommend that an Evangelism JNews bheet be prepared 
and sent to pastors and chaiimen of the Local Commission on Membership and Evan- 
gelism. 

12. Again we heartily endorse the "No-Silent Pulpit" program of the Conference 
Board of Lay Activities earned out during the Lenten period. A great service has been 
rendered by these consecrated lay speakers, so we urge the same plan be used this year. 

la. Laymen are the best evangiists. We would, therefore, recommend that full 
co-operation be given to the Conference Board of Lay Activities in getting members of 
the Methodist Men's Clubs to become personal evangelists. It is from these groups 
should come our fisherman's Club or E.ts.I. — tind them, Bring them. Interest them. 

14. Your conference Board recommends that the conference employ a full-time man 
in the field of evangelism to be known as the E\ecuti\e Secretary of the Conference 
Board of Evangelism. 

M. C. Dunn, President 
C. J. Andrews, Secretary 



BOARD OF HOSPITALS AND HOMES p571 

We recommend that: 

1. $26,300 be given for the Golden Cross Fund, and that $52,600 be given to the 
Methodist Retirement Homes, Inc. 

2. That Mother's Day 1957 be used as a day of promoting our Retirement Home 
program, and a special offering be taken on that day to go to the Retirement Home.| 
This offering is apart from the budget item. 

3. According to our action a year ago regarding a chaplain at Duke Hospital which i 
was to the effect that when an equal amount could be secured from some other source,' 
the N. C. Conference would, through Golden Cross, supply half of a $5,000 salary, 
agreement has been reached with The Keeley Institute in Greensboro which will sup; 



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half this amount so that the services of a chaplain will be available to be shared between 
Duke Hospital and Keeley Institute. The Rever-^nd Paul Wesley Aitken, a member of 
the North Carolina Conference, has be?n secured for this appointment. 

4. That the rules governing the use of Golden Cross funds printed in the 1954 
Journal, pages 130-131, be continued. 

5. That traveling preachers and approved supply pastors take group hospital insur- 
ance with the Hospital Care Association, Inc., of Durham, North Carolina. 

6. That Dr. Russell Dicks be re-elected as the Golden Cross director of the North 
Carolina Conference. That the district superintendents appoint a dis^^rict director for 

; each district to assist Dr. Dicks, and a committee of three to pass on Golden Cross Cases. 

A. L. Thompson, Chairman 
1 Sidney Boone, Secretary 

METHODIST HOME FOR CHILDREN 

For almost a year now, our Home has operated under the name of The Methodist 
Home for Children, Inc. It has been a source of gratification to those of us who live 
under its roof, for it more completely describes our aims and ambitions for our children. 
Then, too, the new name has met with favorable response on the part of ministers and 

laj'men throughout the Conference. Of course, where legal matters are involved, the 
name Methodist Orphanage is used, pending final changes in the charter. 

In the report to the June meeting of the Annual Conference in 1955, certain phases 

' of the program for the ensuing year were outlined. Prominent among these were plans for 

■sending the senior high studer.ts to Needham Broughton High School, and the estab- 
lishing of the new school district, to be known as the Methodist-Lewis School. This 
latter step meant that appro.ximately one hundred children from the former Lewis School 

'would attend the school here on the grounds. 

' While the above ventures were entered into with some fears and uncertainties, yet 

Ut was felt that this was an educational move which would be of great benefit to our 
children and young people. The results have proven that our fears were largely without 

'foimdation. On the other hand, the results have substantiated the vision of a better day 
.ducationally for those entrusted to our care. Justifiable compliments are extended to 
Mr. Hammack and his fine corps of teachers for this year's achievements. 

One need only look around the campus and buildings to see that the renovation plans 
i'\ the June 1955 meeting of the Boarcl of Trustees have been carried out. The expense 
of this project went beyond what we had hoped, but such is often the case in a repair and 
renovation program. The resulting effect of clean and attractive schoolrooms, properly 
lighted, and major improvements in the auditorium, is very noticeable in the reactions 
and behavior of our children. 

At a recent meeting of the Board of Trustees the proposal to send the eighth and 
ninth grades of ihe Home to Hugh Morson Junior High was adrpted. It is believed that 
this step will be most \aluable preparation for those who will later enter Needham 
Brouffhton Senior High School. 

The capacity of the Methodist Home for Children is two hundred and thirty-eight. 
This is an average of approximately twenty-four children or young people per cottage. 
It is impossible for one who has not worked here in some capacity to realize what an 
inordinate load the House Mother must carry. Housing, feeding and clothing an indi- 
\'idual is only a part of the responsibility of the Home. The necessary guidance of dis- 
turbed and emotionally upset children in order to develop stable. Christian persons, is 
the challenge that must not be underestimated. One with experience in this field can 
see why new cottages which are being constructed in Methodist Homes for Children 
throughout the Church have a capacity in most cases of not over twelve. 

Most of our cottages carry the capacity load. However, it is the practice of the 
i II (Sent administration to give preference, as far as vacancies are concerned, to cottages 
liki' Cole, Garris and Burwell, which care for the older young people. 

The Methodist Home for Children is most fortunate in its staff of co-operative and 
<li \oted indi\iduals who strive to make real the Home's basic policy of being truly 
iliild-centered in all of its service to children. 

Forrest D. Hedden, Siipsrintendent 

THE METHODIST RETIREMENT HOMES, INC. 

The first ten montlis that the Methodist Retirement Homes. Inc., in Durham have 
1h ■,•11 open liave taught us two things. First, there is a real need in our Conference for 
siiih a home and, second, the members of our Annual Conference have only to \ isit 



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the Home to be made conscious of the great need for immediate expansion of tlie Home 
so that we can take care of not less than 100 elderly people in our Conference. 

There are also two great needs why this is tnie. First, we want to provide a home 
for those who, in the evening of life, find themselves in need of a place to go where they 
can be taken care of and receive the loving care that only a Christian home, such as the 
Methodist Retirement Homes in Durham, can offer; and second, we need at least 60 
additional guests in the Home to be able to operate it economically, because we have 
certain overhead expenses that must be paid regardless of the number in the Home. 
The present building has sufficient dining room, kitchen, and public meeting space to 
take care of at least 60 additional guests. 

We realize that there is a need for clarificaiton of how the Home operates. I have 
been asked the question, "Why is it that we have some living in the Home paying 
$160.00 per month, others pay $130.00, and even some a great deal less?" 

The Board of Trustees of the Home determined as soon as possible after the Home 
opened what the actual cost was of maintaining a guest in the Home. This amounted 
to $160.00 per month; therefore, the Executive Committee felt that those who were 
able to pay $160.00 per montli should do so, and if there were those in the Home 
who could not pay that amount, they should pay what they could. Therefore, we have 
some in the Home who are absolutely unable to pay more than $50.00 per month and 
yel they receive the same loving care as those paying $160.00. Now, that is where the 
Christian spirit comes into the Home. When the application of the one applying for 
admittance to the Home is reviewed by the Admissions Committee, it is first determined 
whether that person meets every qualification required by the Admissions Committee. 
After this has been determined, it is a matter of working out the business details as to 
the amount that they can pa\'. After an investigation has been made, if it is determined 
that the person is able to pay $160.00 per month, we expect them to do it, otherwise 
they would be receiving charity from th.e Methodist Conference. On the other hand, if 
they are not able to pay that amount, then a plan is worked out whereby they can 
come into the Home regardless of the amount they are able to pay. 

The point that I am trying to make is that the amount anyone entering the Home 
is required to pay is determined after tlie Admissions Committee has decided that they 
are eligible for membership in the Home. 

The question has also been asked, "Why do you require those entering the Home 
to agree to gixe a certain portion of their material wealth to the Home?" Again, that is 
where the Christian spirit comes in. If tliose living in the Home have material wealth, 
they should be willing to share it with the Methodist Conference to enable it to provide 
additional space for others who, like themselves, need a home in the evening time of 
life. Certainly, those receiving the benefits of the Home should be the first to want to 
share whatever ihey may have of worldly goods with the Home. 

We, of course, have experienced instances where the family was able to pay the full 
charge and, also, to share something with the Home but they did not want to assume 
that responsibility. They felt that the Church should provide their loved ones with a 
home at whatever amount they are willing to pay. This is an un-Christian spirit and is 
contrary to everything that the Home stands for. 

We do not have a right to go to the members of the North Carolina Conference 
asking them to give contributions to the Home in order that we may provide additional 
space, as well as comforts for those already living in the Home, when members of the 
Hon>e own in their own name material wealth that they will not share with the Home, 
and certainly when it comes to the place that the members of a family of a guest in the 
Home are not willing to share some of their material wealth to help provide additional 
space for others. 

I know a number of contributors to the Home who never intend to live in the Home. 
Would it be right to ask them to provide the physical property and then contribute to 
the operating fund of the Home when we have guests in the Home who are able to 
pay the full charge, or whose loved ones are able to pay for them and will not do it 
because they want to get it as cheap as possible? 

It all miglit be summed up in these words. There is none too poor or none too rich 
to be a guest in the Home. Again, that is where the Christian spirit comes in, but it 
would be un-Cliristiaii for those who are able to pay and even contribute something 
extra to help take care of th(3se who cannot pay if we allowed them to live in the 
Home without meeting tiieir full responsibilities. 

The question also has been raised, "What services do you render?" Again, it can be 
best explained in these words. It is the next thing to getting married because we takt 
them "for bett'-r or worse, for richer or poorer." Those going in the Home on a life 
contract are assured of a home as long as they live, with all the medical and nursing 



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care that is required; in other words, they are reUeved of all of the responsibilities of 
hfe. This includes those who may not be able to pay more than $50.00 per month, as 
well as those who are able to pay the full amount of their expenses. 
The Home is like a great big family, the strong must help the weak. 
Brother Coble, the superintendent, has proven in his first nine months as a super- 
intendent, that he is not only interested in the work but he loves it. He is giving his 
whole heart and soul to the great work to which he has been called. 

Our one big need now is to pay the $180,000.00 we owe on the present Home so 
i that we can build 60 additional rooms as soon as possible. This can only be accomplished 
! through contributions to the Home. 
I M. C. Mann, President, Board of Trustees 

REPORT OF THE FIRST EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF THE 
METHODIST RETIREMENT HOMES, INC. 

The fir.st unit of the Methodist Retirement Homes, Inc., was accepted from the 
architects on August 23, and its doors opened for service on September 1, 1956, with 
12 Home members. The first to register were a retired minister and his wife with 41 
years of service in the Methodist Church, 33 of these in Cuba. Besides our missionary 
couple, we have the widows of six of our ministers. These represent 232 years of service 
to the church. 

Our membership has increased until our building is filled with the exception of 
the infirmary. When it becomes necessary for a person to be moved to the infirmary 
permanently, the room they occupied will be filled with a new Home member. There 
jis room for 32 members outside the infirmary and eight in the infirmary. 
i Applications are coming to the Home almost daily. The need is so widespread that 
■all nine districts of our Conference are represented in our Home membership of 32 
[persons. 

' With contentment, proper diet, and excellent medical attention, every Home mem- 
ber is in better health than when they entered the Home. The building and the daily 
schedule are so planned that there has not been a single accidental injury. We must 
recognize, however, chat with members ranging in age from 65 to 89, with an average 
pf over 77, illnesses will come. 

j Our members are offered something that cannot be purchased commercially. Along 
Rvith room, board, and medical attention, go love and compassion. Our day begins 
with a worship program before breakfast. The remainder of the day is so scheduled 
bat there is a wholesomeness to life. Not only are years added to living, but living 
s added to years. 

The Home members pay toward their keep whatever they are able to pay, so that 
vhile some pay our sustaining rate of $160.00 per month, others are paying less. Some 
ire on a life contract with guaranteed care for life. Others are on a monthly boarding 
lasis. 

Need for the services offered by the Home and a life of service to the Church and 
community are the first requirements for admission into the Home. Every Home member 
ve have has been outstanding in these respects. Though no one has been turned away 
[olely for financial reasons, many have been denied entrance because of lack of room. 
[Choices have been made on the basis of need for the Home and a record of service 
)y the member. 

We deeply appreciate the contribution made to the Home through the budgets of 
•ur churches, and urge the Commission on World Service and Finance to continue the 
ame apportionment for the coming year. The Special Mother's Day Offering is our 
,iope for expansion, and we pray that this might be continued as a Specinl Offering over 
;.nd above the budget item. Our next unit can be financed only when the present one 
iP paid for. 

I Our income is derived from the Home members, the apportionment in the budget of 
ihe churches, the Mother's Day Offering, the furnishing of rooms as memorials, gifts, and 
jfirough wills. First must come the expenses of the actual day by day keep of the 
lembers. Next must come the payments of interest and principal on our debt. 

Along with plans for the next unit of our building are plans for developing our 
iroperty so that building lots will be available for the erection of cottaaes. Here couples 
[an know the security of a central home with the privacy of separate homes. 

During the year gifts have come from friends of the Home, along with a be- 
|uest in the will of the late Mr. L. L. Wren in the amount of $25,000.00. The pro- 
|K)tion of Mother's Day provided the most intense publicity the Home has received, 
|hen with the co-operation of Bishop Garber and the district superintendents, letters 
rere sent to the church officials in each church in the Conference. 



152 North Carolina Annual Conference 

The response on Mother's Day gives us faith to beUeve that our next unit can be 
started soon. Whien people learn of the service that our Home is giving, they have 
responded liberally with gifts. 

Recently, the first unit of our conference-wide Auxiliary was organized with Mrs. 
H. C. Satterf'ekl, Jr.. of Durham as its first president. Through the Auxiliary those who 
are interested in the Hnme will be given the opportunity to serve. As rapidly as possible 
other units of the Auxil-ary will be organized across the Conference. 

The superintendent has presorted the cause of the Home at every opportunity. He 
is available wherever the cause of the Home cna be represented. He has seen the dreams 
and efforts of others come to fulfillment. He has known the thrill of seeing those who 
were alone and afraid find security and contentment. He has been greatly concerned 
that many equally in need have been turned away because there is no room. 

Sharing with God, we can accept the challense of Christ on the Cross to one of 
the disciples to look after His motlier, by expanding our program to meet the needs 
of our senior citizens of today. 

J. F. Coble, Superintendent 



BOARD OF LAY ACTIVITIES p503 
Report No. 1 

Carrying out a program of district-wide laymen's rallies, held in the winter each 
year, the Conference Board of Lav Activities sponsored in this conference year a series 
of rallies in e^ch of the nine districts. M\ of these rallies were attended bv B'sbop Paul 
N. Garber and by Dr. Henry Denman, Executive Secretary of the Board of Evangelism, 
and our sincere annreciation is expressed for this co-operation. A total of 5,151 persons 
attended these rallies and it is the feeling of the Board that the inspiration gathered ' 
at these rallies added much to the support of laymen generally for the program of '" 
evangelism. 

During the conference vear a total of 1,160 lay speakers were certified in accordance 
with the provisions of the Discipline and these lay speakers were used to implement the 
"No Silent Pulpit" program which was carried out during the weeks immediately ore- 
ceding Easter under the supervision and direction of Bishop Garber. Reports reaching 
the Board indicate that this program has been very effective in increasing the interest 
and enthusiasm of laymen generally. 

At the 1952 session of the North Carolina Annual Conference it was announced that 
the General Board of Lay Activities had assigned to this Conference a goal of 156 
chartered Methodist Men's Clubs by 1956. The Board is happy to report that there arc 
in the bounds of this Conference now a total of 194 chartered Methodist Men's Clubs 
and this Conference has, therefore, far exceeded the request of the General Board of 
Lay Activities. 

One of the most successful annual retreats for the laymen of the conference was 
held last August at Duke University. At this time the largest number of laymen ever 
to attend a retreat were present and enjoyed the period of study and fellowship and 
inspiration. The Board has voted to hold its 1956-57 annual laymen's retreat again at 
Duke University in August, and plans are being completed to make this the largest and 
most unsuccessful retreat yet to be held by the Board. Co-operating in the national observ- 
ance of Laymen's Day in October, your Conference Board is happy to report that this 
occasion was again fully observed in the North Carolina Conference. It is suggested 
th.nt, with the quadrennial emphasis of work in the local church, this occasion, particu- 
larly in the coming conference year, can be most effectively used and will, if used 
widely, do much to bring laymen to a deeper realization of their function within the 
framework of the Methodist Church and the opportunities existing for lay work in each 
local church of Methodism. 

The Conference Board of Lay Activities pledges anew the combined strength of 
Methodist laymen in supporting and pushing forward the program of the Methodist 
Church. An informed and dedicated lav croup can best serve to carry the gospel mes- 
sage to the four corners of the world b\' strengthening the gospel message and its 
application in each home church. 

Respectfully submitted, 

W. J- Smith, Chairman 



Journal of Proceedings 153 

Report No. 2 
LAY LEADERS 

Presidine; B'shop: Paul N. Garber, 404 Methodist Building, Richmond, Va. 
Conference Lay Leader: J. Nelson Gibson, Jr., Gibson, N. C. 

Burlington District 

District Lay Leader — James F. Rogers, Security Bank Building, Burlington. 
Associate Lay Leaders — Harold Makepeace, Sanford; E. V. Wood, Siler City; J. A. 
Culbertson, Bobbins; L. Warren McAdams, Swepsonville; Ralph Aldridge, Yanceyville. 
District Superintendent — Dr. A. P. Brantley, 503 Tarleton Ave., Burlington. 

Durham District 

District Lay Leader — Frank Hanft, Chapel Hill. 

Associate Lay Leaders — John M. Dozier, Duke University, Durham; James D. Ipock, 
Roxboro; E. T. Regan, Oxford; Dr. John Glasson, Swift Ave., Durham; Paul Carr, Jr., 
Hillsboro. 

District Superintendent — Dr. C. D. Barclift, 1002 W Knox St., Durham. 

Elizabeth City District 

District Lay Leader — Fred Ritter, Ahoskie. 

Associate Lay I eaders — Curtis V. Powell, Corapeake; C. S. Meekins, Manteo; A. M. 
Sparrow, Ransonville; Gerald D. James, Edenton; John Henry Singleton, RFD 1, Wash- 
ington. 

District Superintendent— Rev. C. F. Heath. 713 W. Church St., Elizabeth City. 

Fayetteville Distric:t 

District Lay Leader — Terry Sanford, F'ayetteville. 

Associate Lay Leaders — Joe C. Stowe, Hamlet; Milford F. Grantham, Rockingham; 
J. H. Brisson, St. Pauls; R.' C. Field, Star; Tracv Watson, Maxton. 

District Superintendent— Rev. O. L. Hathaway, 1019 Hay St., Fayetteville. 

GoLDSBORO District 

District Lav Leader — A. C. Edwards, Hookerton. 

Associate Lay Leaders — Robert Rose, Goldsboro; J. T. Doughtie, CHnton; Jesse 
Sumner, Willard; J. D. Joyner, Farmville. 

District Superintendent— Rev. H. M. McLamb, RFD 3, Goldsboro. 

New Bern District 

District Lav Leader — Rov Turnage, Jr., Ayden. 

Associate Lay Leaders — C. B. Wade, Morehead City; Hueh Ragsdale, Richlands; 
James E. Thomas, Kinston; Wyatt Brown, Greenville: Harry Wright, New Bern. 
District Superintendent — Dr. A. J. Hobbs, Box 187, New Bern. 

Raleigh District 

District Lav Leader — Herbert Ridgeway, Ridgeway's Ins., Raleigh. 
Associate Lay Leaders — W. B. Terrell, Warrenton; M. W. Person, Jr., Louisburg; 
Max Burt, Fuquay Springs; R. Shelton White, Raleigh; W. D. Payne, Henderson. 
District Superintendent— Rev. R. Grady Dawson, 1913 Reid St., Raleigh. 

Rocky Mount District 

District Lay Leader — E. E. Adkins, Rocky Mount. 

Associate Lay Leaders — H. L. Swain, Williamston; Ballard S. Gray, Jackson; G. B. 
Starling, Wilson; J. P. Woodard, Nashville; D. O. Speir, Bethel. 

District Superintendent— Dr. W. C. Ball, 803 Sycamore St., Rocky Mount. 

Wilmington District 

District Lay Leader — A. E. Goldfinch, Tabor City. 

Associate Lay Leaders — F. K. Rogers, Clarkton; Charles Gardner, Lumberton; Wade 
Pierce, Wilmington; T. Ward Guv, Whiteville. 

District Superintendent— Dr. ]. E. Garlington, 1.516 Market St., Wilmington. 



154 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Executive Committee 

Chairman J. N. Gibson, Jr., Gibson 

Vice-Chairman A. C. Edwards, Hookerton 

Secretary Roy Turnage, Jr., Ayden 

Treasurer Terry Sanford, Fayetteville 

Ass't Conf. Lav Leader, Field of Stewardship James D. Ipock, Roxboro 

Ass't Conf. Lay Leader, Field of Methodist Men M. F. Grantham, Rockingham 

District Superintendent Rev. O. L. Hathaway, 1019 Hay St., Fayetteville 

Report No. 3 
NOMINATIONS FOR METHODIST COLLEGE FOUNDATION— 1956-60 

Burlington District — W. E. Niven, Yanceyville; Dr. P. E. Cotter, Sanford; E. A. 
Ilesch, Siler City; Lester Ridenhour, Burlington; James F. Rogers, Burlington. 

Durham District — John A. Myers, Oxford; Bascom Baynes, Durham; E. NL Hem- 
don, Durham; Glenn Stovall, Roxboro; Frank Hanft, Chapel Hill. 

Elizabeth City District — R. E. Foreman, Elizabeth City; S. C. Chandler, Currituck; 
P. D. Midgett. Engelhard; W. F. Veasy, Washington; F. M. Tucker, Ahoskie. 

Fayetteville District — J. P. \^■allace, Troy; J. D. Phillips, Laurinburg; M. F. Grant- 
ham, Rockingham; Dr. Walter McRae, Red Springs; John Crier, Aberdeen. 

Goldsboro District — J. I. Morgan, Jr., Farmville; Jimmie Rollins, Goldsboro; McRoy 
Warren, Garland; C. E. Worley, Goldsboro; Robert Dewar, LaGrange. 

New Bern District— Reynolds May, Greenville; W. H. Taft, Greenville; W. C. 
Chadwick, New Bern; Charles McCuUers, Kinston; Luther Hamilton, Morehead City. 

Raleigh District — Gurney P. Hood, Raleigh; B. M. Madison, Raleigh; Max Burt, 
Fuquay Springs; Fred Royster, Henderson; E. H. Malone, Louisburg. 

Rockv Mount District — J. A. Glover, Nashville; Guy Barnes, Rocky Mount; L E. 
Ready, Roanoke Rapids; D. O. Speir, Bethel; W. T. Lamm, Wilson. 

Wilmington District — Lennox Cooper, Wilmington; S. L. Thornton, Elizabethtown; 
Roy Walton, Southport; A. J. Brinson, Lumberton; Lawrence Bowers, Whiteville. 

W. J. Smith, Chairman 



I 



BOARD OF MINISTERIAL TRAINING AND QUALIFICATION 1|639 

Report No. 1 
Note: Report No. 1 of the Board of Ministerial Training and Qualifications is re- 
flected in Part H. Condensed Minutes questions 17-35, inclusive. Editor 

RECOMMENDATION 

Numerous complaints have reached the Board of Ministerial Training and Qualifica- 
tions concerning the quality of some men who have been recommended by the North 
Carolina Annual Conference and sent out to minister to Methodist congregations. We 
are aware that some unlettered men have wrought wonders for the Kingdom of God 
but we also know that in a day of advancing education and training, standards must 
be maintained; therefore, we are offering this resolution which sets up what we con- 
sider to be minimum requirements. 

We recommend that ordinarily no person begin an Approved Supply status who is 
over 40 years of age; and, further, that no man without a high school diploma be recom- 
mended for the same status. We further recommend to District Committees on Minis- 
terial Qualifications that no person without a high school diploma be given local 
preacher's license. 

J, A. Russell, Chairman 
W. M. Howard, Registrar 



Journal of Proceedings 155 

BOARD OF MISSIONS p295 

Report No. 1 

In a recent article by Bishop Paul N. Garber it was stated that the North Carolina 
Annual Conference is being referred to as the "Miracle Conference" in American Meth- 
odism. Among the notable facts substantiating this claim is the unusual strides made in 
Church Extension and the matter of Mission Specials. We now have 100 more pastoral 
1 charges than in 1952, and are ranked third among the more than 100 American con- 
ferences in Mission Specials carried. This growth is also reflected in the fact that at the 
recent General Conference we had 12 delegates, as compared to 8 four years ago, this 
being based on membership growth. 
1 During this quadrennium the emphasis has been placed on church extension by 
this Conference. We have employed an executive secretary of church extension, and we 
I desire to conmiend the splendid work done by Rev. Thomas A. Collins in this field. 
This quadrennium has seen the establishment of 41 new Methodist congregations. Of 
f this number twelve have been organized this year. These include: Grace Methodist, Bur- 
: lington; Saint Paul, Burlington; Trinity, Sanford; Aldersgate, Durham; Aldersgate, 
Chapel Hill; Eutaw Village, Fayetteville; Stacy Methodist at Stacy; Cherry Point Meth- 
odist at Havelock; Wynnewood Park and Six Forks Methodist, Raleigh; Hart Mill 
; Methodist at Tarboro, and Devon Park at Wilmington. 

I During the year the board has also assisted in the construction of 17 new parson- 
} ages. Five of these were for new churches, and the others primarily for newly formed 
[charges. More than $16, .500 has been contributed for this work — twelve churches have 
i been assisted in building programs, or expanding their present facilities, in addition to 
I six which shared in the Ten Dollar Club funds. The twelve received assistance in excess 
iof $20,000 from Church Extension funds administered by the Board of Missions. Assist- 
;ance has also been given in acquiring lots for the location of churches in some stra- 
jtegic places. This was made possible by use of the loan fund approved by the last 
1 annual conference. The Ten Dollar Club has assisted six new churches in constructing 
; their first building unit, contributing more than $100,000 to these young churches. We 
;\vish to express our thanks to the more than 5,000 laymen and ministers who have 
'joined this club to give incentive to this work, and for their spirit of "Forward wath 
•Christ" through church extension. We urge our pastors to activate local church com- 
jmittees to maintain membership in the Ten Dollar Club, and to enlist new converts 
[to this great cause. Because of the unusual need existing in the Havelock military com- 
munity, our Conference last year authorized a special Christmas offering for Havelock 
Methodist Church. We are glad to report that approximately $13,000 was contributed to 
ilhis cause, and it has been a blessing to the church. Plans are now under way for the 
•construction of their new educational addition. 

This year we have been able to attain a quadrennial goal of a minimum salary scale 
m $3,000 for single ministers; $3,300 for married ministers without children; and $3,600 
for married men with children, provided this man is an approved supply or conference 
member. If he is not an approved supply he shall be considered by the Board as a spe- 
cial case, and minimum salary rules do not necessarily apply in his case. 

We recommend that Sunday, October 14, be designated as Church Extension Sunday, 
(ikI request the district superintendents to constitute at the first quarterly conference a 
Ten Dollar Club committee in each local church to work with the chairman of the 
Commission on Missions in securing new members of the Ten Dollar Club, and the 
collection of delinquent payments; and that a member of the WSCS be included on 
':his committee. The names and addresses of this committee should be forwarded imme- 
diately to Rev. Thomas A. Collins, Executive Secretary, 920 Lake Boone Trail, Ra- 
leigh, N. C. 

In the light of the man>- calls upon this Board for building assistance, and in view 
if the number of new churches organized this quadrennium, we recognize that major 
ncreases must be made in funds available to this Board for these purposes. Therefore, 
,A'e recommend that the item of Church Extension be increased substantially subject to 
the approval of the Commission of World Service and Finance. We request that the 
Apportionment, which this year is 4'' of "total money raised" be increased to the equiva- 

Ient of 10% of '^total money raised." 
We have made an excellent record in the number of mission specials carried. We 
ire now holding third place among all American conferences. We want to maintain, and 
f possible increase these specials. The Board approves as Advance Mission Specials the 
bllowing: Conference specials: All new churches organized during this quadrennium of 
952-1956, including the parsonages of these new churches; the Bethany (Portuguese) 



156 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Mission of the Rocky Mount District; Longhurst Methodist Church; Sunset Park Church, 
Wihnington; the Scholarship fund set up to assist in the training of Directors of Reh- 
gious Education. The Foreign Student Aid Fund for all our Methodist colleges in North 
Carolina (Assisting foreign students who come to this country for study). (If a church 
is carrying a direct gift special for a local church it should secure the proper blank 
from Mr. Cowell and fill it in accordingly in order to get credit as a special.) General I 
Specials: The Caravan Methodist Church of Linz, Austria. The new Alaska College. The 
Methodist Church in Sorocaba, Brazil, with which Rev. C. B. Dawsey is working. Dis- 
trict Specials: Ed Smith, J. W. Garrison, and Linwood Blackburn. 

We urge the support of the district mission institutes to be held, and commend the 
study book to be used. Churches should encourage large attendance at these institutes 
this fall. We suggest that each church adopt a mission special, either district, conference, 
or foreign. Our Conference Missionary Secretary, Rev. Mark W. Lawrence, has done 
d good job in promoting these specials, for which we are grateful to him. 

The Woman's Society of Christian Serv'ce is doing a fine work in this field. They 
give expression of their faith in missions through their deeds. We also commend the 
several district mission secretaries for the good work they have done in promoting the 
cause of missions in their respective districts. The Board is again assisting in sending 
nine young people (one from each district) to the Missionary Conference at Lake ; 
Junaluska. 

Rev. T- W. Lineberger, one of our district missionary secretaries and a member of 
tliis board, is this year leading the European Caravan group. They are now in Europe : 
working with churches and young people in strengthening their churches. Dr. Joseoh 
Baitak of Austria has said it is the North Carolina Caravan that has made possible the i 
Methodist Church in Austria. We reconunend that this program be continued. 

The North Carolina Christian Advocate renders a fine service to Methodism in our 
Conference. We urge more churches to send it to every Methodist family in the church. 
We suggest tlie months of January and February as "Advocate Month." We also recom- 
mend a larger circulation of World Outlook in our conference. 

The conference last year elected the following as members of the Board of Managers 
of the North Carolina Pastors' School at Duke University: Rev. T. M. Vick and Rev 
J. W. Lineberger, for two-year terms; Mrs. J. H. Cutchin and Rev. L. C. Vereen, for 
four-year terms; Rev. S. J. Starnes and Rev. A. S. Parker, for si.x-year terms. 

A list of the appropriations is attached hereto. 

J. E. Garlington, President 
S. J. Starnes, Secretary 

APPENDIX: RESOLUTION OF APPRECIATION 

The members of the Board of Missions wish to make a part of the report to the 
North Carolina Annual Conference of The Methodist Church, S.E.J., the following reso- 
lution of appreciation: 

Resolved that we express some slight degree of our appreciation to the Reverend 
S. J. Starnes for his faithful years of service. For more than twenty vears he has serv( 
as chairman of the Board of Church E.xtension, and the secretary of the Board of Mis- 
sions. For more than eighteen years he has written the report to Annual Conference 
for these Boards and has faithfully performed h's duties which have made possible 
reports of progress in every instance. We gratefully acknowledge his fine and conse- 
crated labors in behalf of the mission interests of our Conference, and commend him 
to whatever board he may serve next. 

Resolved that we express our appreciation to the Reverend Doctor J. E. Garlington 
for his faithful service as president of the Board of Missions for t!ie past eight years, 
These years have seen the growth of the work of Church Extension not imagined possible 
before, and through his tireless efforts the work of the Board of Missions of this Confer 
ence has received national recognition. 

Thomas A. Collins, Executive Secretary 

Mr. B. Troy Ferguson, Memher, Board of Missions 

Report No. 2 
GUARANTEE FUND 

The Section of Church Extension of the North Carolina Annual Conference has beei 
for some time aware of an acute need for funds to be made available to rural anc| 
small town churches for the purposes of new construction, whether new sanctuary oi 
educational addition. There is a great difficulty in these churches making arrangemenf 
for mortgage loans in this field. 



Journal of Proceedings 



157 



After much study o\er a period of months, we have been encouraged to beheve that 
funds up to a total of (ji 1,000,000 can possibly be made available for loans of this charac- 
ter under the following conditions; 

1. That this Board, or its designated agency, arrange a fund to guarantee such loans 
when recommended and appro\ ed by the section of Church Extension of this conference. 

2. Ihe amount needed to guarantee loans up to $1,000,000 would probably be 
."i!200,000. 

3. Ihis might be arranged step by step over a period of five years in blocks of 
$40,000 to guarantee $200,000 in mortgage loans each year. 

^ 4. Some agreement would be made to provide for some earnings on this guarantee 
\ fund and on the other hand loans in default after an agreed period would be charged 
j against the guarantee fund. 

5. No single church might borrow in excess of $50,000 under this plan and the 
period of the loan would be lim.ted to approximately 10 years. 

6. Other conditions should be that the borrowing church have in hand 50% or more 
of the estimated total project cost. 

Your Board of Missions requests endorsement of this plan in principle and tlie 
authority to negotiate details of the plan with the hope of being ready to put the plan 
into action immediately following next Annual Conference if approved by that body. 

We respectfully request that the Commission on \\'orld Service and Finance allocate 
from undesignated Benevolence Funds for the coming year such an amount as may in 
their judgment be a\ailable not to exceed $40,000 per year, to achieve a maximum 
goal of $200,000. 

J. E. Garlington, President 
S. J. Starnes, Secretary 



'< Bonlee 

Burlington: Grace 
1 St. Paul 
[ Trinity 


Report No. 3 

APPROPRIATIONS— 1956-57 

Burlington District 


Duke Fund 

$ 450 


Minimum 
Salary 

3,600 

2,000 
1,400 






jLeasburg 




300 


'Milton . . 




600 




,Pittsboro Circuit 






200 


jSanford: Trinity 






3,600 


ISemora 

jSiler Cit>- Circuit 


Durham District 


300 
300 


i 
1 

Allensville-Trinitv 


$ 1,950 


$io,aoo 

300 


Andrews-Soapstone . . . 




100 


450 


Hutner 






Chapel Hill: Aldersgate . 
Chapel Hill Circuit 




\ . . 600 


2,300 


J)urham: Aldersgate . . . 






1,300 


Parsonage Rent . 
Epworth 






600 
1,600 


Maybrook-Massey .... 






840 


St. John 






1,500 


Parsonage Rent . . . 






500 


Gray Rock 




300 




Merritts-Ebenezer 






970 


Stem-Bullocks 






800 


iath 


Elizabeth City District 




$ 1,000 
868 


$11,260 


Jplhaven 






525 











158 



North Carolina Annual Conference 



Duke Fund 

Chowan 750 

Creswell 1,275 

Currituck 525 

Elizabeth City: Brite Meadows 

Riverside 

Harrellsville 

Hatteras 

Kinnakeet 

Kitty Hawk 

Mattamuskeet 

Newland-Grace 1,200 

South Camden 

South Mills 

Stumpy Point (Dare Charge) 

$ 4,618 
Fayetteville District 

Fayetteville: Christ 

Parsonage Rent 

Eutaw Village 

Parsonage Rent 

Lafayette Village 

Parsonage Rent 

Hamlet: Fellowship 

Lovejoy-Macedonia 200 

Mt. Gilead Circuit 200 

Old Hundred 

Southern Pines 

Spring Lake 

Parsonage Rent 

Troy Circuit 400 

$ 800 
Goldsboro District 

Bethel-Beston 400 

Clinton: Grace 

Clinton Circuit 

Garland 

Goldsboro: Airboro 

Parsonage Rent 

St. Luke 

Salem 

Wayne 

Goldsboro Circuit 

Harrell 700 

Institute 300 

Johnston 

Parsonage Rent 

Micro-Fellowship 300 

Newton Grove 

Pine Level 

Parsonage Rent 

Salemburg 

Parsonage Rent 

Seven Springs 

Turkey 600 

$ 2,300 
New Bern District 

Beaufort Circuit 500 

Harlowe-Oak Grove 600 

Havelock: Cherry Point 

Parsonage Rent 



Minimum 
Salary 



1,200 
2,400 

800 
1,050 
1,600 
1,100 

950 



300 

600 

1,350 



$12,875 

2,000 
600 

3,600 
900 

3,600 
600 

1,600 



1,200 

2,200 

1,800 

300 



$18,400 



2,400 
1,100 

200 
1,800 
300 
800 
200 
2,800 
400 



2,600 
240 

125 
800 
300 

1,800 
300 

1,400 



$17,565 



3,300 
900 



Journal of Proceedings 



159 



Kinston: St. John 

St. Mark . . 


Duke Fund 


Minimum 
Salary 

3,000 

1,300 
1,200 
1 800 


Ocracoke 




Oriental 




900 


Richlands Circuit 




540 


Salter Path 




900 


Sea Level 




720 


Stonewall 




900 






300 


V^anceboro Circuit 


600 




Woodington-Webb 




300 


Raleigh District 

Apex-Holly Springs 






$ 1,700 
500 


$16,060 


Coats 




1,025 
860 


1 Henderson: White Memorial 


300 


Raleigh: Highland 

Jenkins ... 




600 
800 






1,138 
600 






St. Mark 




2 800 


^Vesley Memorial 




700 






2,900 


Rocky Mount District 

iiattleboro .... 






.$ 800 


$11,423 

1,175 
200 


1 Hornes-Mt. Zion 








587 


llamesville . . .i. ' 




1 010 


Nash 




1,400 


iRed Oak-York 


800 




jRoanoke 




720 


[Rocky Mount: Englewood 




1,800 
300 




984 




Smidi 




500 


Stokes 




900 


iTarboro: Hart 




3 000 






460 


Wesley Memorial 




400 


Winstead 




1,550 


Wilmington District 

Ashpole-Sandy Plains 




$ 1,784 


$14,002 
850 


Cerro Gordo-Olivet 




500 


Council 




1,600 


'Fairview 




800 


JHallsboro . 


960 




.Pembroke Circuit 




800 


Prospect 




900 


Scotts Hill 




1,500 


Shallotte Circuit 

Town Creek 

Whiteville Circuit 


540 

575 


1,375 
1,300 
3,600 


^Wilmington: Epworth 

Devon Park 









$ 2,075 $13,225 



160 North Carolina Annual Conference 

CONFERENCE BOARD OF PENSIONS p613 

Report No, 1 

We call attention to the fact that, due to General Conference action, this board, 
formerly known as "The Board of Conterence Claimants," will become the "Conference 
Board of Pensions." 

For the support of our conference claimants during the year 1956-1957, we recom- 
mend an apportionment on the churches of an amount equal to 167o of the salaries of 
the preachers and their assistants. We also recommend that the annuity rate be $46.00 
per service year for retired preachers, including the retired approved supply preachers 
who have served at least ten full-time years. 

The names, addesses and years of service of our conference claimants, including the 
dependent children, will appear in the Conference Journal. The conference claimants 
who have died during the year are: Orren W. Dowd, hthelbert L. Hill, James M. Jolliff, , 
W. A. Parsons, Mrs. James H. Buffaloe, Mrs. Charles O. Durant, Mrs. James G. Johnson, , 
Mrs. William C. Merritt, Mrs. Julian Midgette, and Mrs. Samuel T. Moyle. 

We call attention to Report No. 3, page 115 of the 1955 journal, recommending the ; 
observance of a "Veterans of the Cross Day" in every charge on the third Sunday in 
September. We strongly urge that this program be observed the day designated on the : 
conference calendar, lour Conference Board of Pensions will prepare and distribute 
literature and information to be used for this program. 

Ihe board recommends that the honorarium of the secretary of the Conference Board | 
of Pensions remain at $300.00 and that his expense account be submitted to the confer- " 
ence treasurer. 

This board again urges that the Conference look with favor toward setting up a plan 
by which the preachers may share in their pension program. 

Report No. 2 

CONCERNING CHANCES IN THE CONSTITUTION OF THE MINISTERS' 

RETIREMENT FUND 

Your Conference Board of Pensions recommends the following changes in tlie con- 
stitution of the Ministers' Retirement Fund: 

First, change the first sentence of the section titled "Assessments" to read: Each 
member shall pay into the fimd one per cent (1%) of all money he receives each year 
from charge or conference sources (this includes salary, minimum salary fund, Duke 
Endowment, and missionary sources). 

Second, add at the end of the section titled "Eligibility for Membership" the fol- 
lowing sentence: Eligible ministers may join the fund at any time although no member 
shall be eligible for di\'idends until he has been a member in good standing for ten years. 

Report No. 3 

CONCERNING TAXABILITY OF PENSION PLAN AND RETIREMENT 

FUND INCOME 

The Conference Board of Pensions presents the ruling from the Attorney General's 
office concerning taxablity of pension plan and retirement fund income. Following the 
inquiry of our conference treasurer concerning this matter, we have received the follow- 
ing ruling from William B. Rodman, Jr., Attorney General, passing his decision on para- 
graph 5 of G. S. 105-142 (Sec. 318 of the Revenue Code). Mr. Rodman states: 

"As to the payments received from the Pension Plan, whether received by tlie 
retiring minister or by his beneficiary, these payments should be reported in full 
for purposes of the State income tax law. " This is due to the fact that the minister 
makes no contribution under the Pension Plan. 

"As to the payments received from the Retirement Fund, whether received by 
the minister personally or by his beneficiary, if the payment is in a lump sum, 
only that portion of the payment which is in excess of the amount contributed to 
the Retirement Fund by the Minister will be taxable. If the payment from the 
Retirement Fund is received periodically, over a number of years, the amount 
received annually will be taxable as an annuity, 'to tlie extent of three per cent 
(3%) of the amount of such contributions, until the excess of receipts over and 
above the portion thus taxable as an annuity shall equal the total contributions, at 
which time all receipts thereafter recei\'ed shall be annually taxable.' " 

J. A. Staton, President 

J. M. DoziER, Vice-President 

W. R. Stevens, Secretary 



Journal of Proceedings 161 

Report No. 4 

MINISTERS' RETIREMENT FUND OF THE NORTH CAROLINA CONFERENCE 
THE METHODIST CHURCH 

CONSTITUTION 
Revised June 1956 

This fund is intended to provide a single, lump sum benefit to be paid at the time 
■ t retirement of eaeh member of the fund. The treasurer of the North Carolina Confer- 
L'nce shall serve as treasurer of th.s fund He shall promote this work, receive reports 
jtrom the district superintendents, receive funds from pastors and charges, and keep per- 
il nanent records of collections and benefits paid. The treasurer will obtain the names of 
ill ministers retiring at each annual conference and pay to them promptly any benefit 

which they are entitled. 

Assessments: Each r.iember shall pay into the fund one per cent {!%) of all money 
le receives each year from charge or conference sources (this includes salary, minimum 
alary fund payments, Duke Endowment, and missionary sources). Members transferring 
jut of the North Carolina Cor.ference who wish to retain membership in the funds 
iiust pay into the fund two per cent (2") of their salaries and other income items re- 
eived from church sources constituting a usual part of their annual income. 
I Each charge in the conference shall be required to pay into the fund annually an 
jimount equal to one per cent (V/c) of what it reports as paid to the pastor and his 
(issociates, if any. 

Deadline for Receipt of Payments: Each charge and each member of the fund shall 
ubmit tlie required payment no later than the last day of the month following the 
nonth in which the North Carolina Annual Conference meets. 

Benefits: Benefits shall be paid to members of the retirement fund as follows: 

If superannuated at the end of one year of membership $ 100.00 

If superannuated at the end of two years of membership 200.00 

If superannuated at the end of three years of membership . 300.00 

If superannuated at the end of four years of membership 400.00 

I If superannuated at the end of five years of membership 500.00 

j If superannuated at the end of six years of membership 600.00 

If superannuated at the end of seven years of membership 700.00 

If superannuated at the end of eight years of membership 800.00 

If superannuated at the end of nine years of membership 900.00 

If superannuated at the end of ten years of membership 1000.00 

The sum of $100.00 additional benefit shall be paid to members retiring 
each year provided receipt.s for that year are sufficient to pay this addi- 
tional benefit. No money shall be paid from the reserve fund for this 
purpose. 

(Dividends: Any funds remaining after retirement benefits have been paid to eligible 
lembers (including the additional $100.00 benefit) shall be divided in equal parts 
|nd credited to the accounts of those who have been participating members for ten 
ears or longer and are not in arrears. The total dividends of each member shall be 
laid to him at the time of his retirement or to his beneficiary in the event of his death 
[rior to retirement. 

Death Benefits: If a participating member dies while in the active service, the treas- 
frer shall pay to his widow and/or other dependents the sum which tlie member had 
laid into the fund and his accumulated di\idends plus twenty dollars ($20.00) for each 
|ear of service after the conference year 1941-42 in which his charge paid its assess- 
ment to this fund in full or in which he has paid two per cent {27c) of his earnings in 
'ears in which he did not serve a charge. The maximum death benefit shall not exceed 
ive hundred dollars ($500.00) unless the member's payment and accumulated dividends 
fre in excess of five hundred dollars ($500.00). Then the death benefit shall be the 
ptual amount the member had paid into the fund plus any accumulated dividends in 
is account. 

1 Penalties: Upon superannuation or death of any member who has failed any year 
iT^years to contribute one per cent (1%) or two per cent (2%) in any years in which he 
id not serve a charge, there shall be deducted from any benefits an amount equal to 
|vice the amount he should have paid during the year or years he did not contribute. 

If any member of the fund fails to contribute the required per cent of his salary 



162 North Carolina Annual Conference M 

for more than a total of tliree years, consecutive or otherwise, he shall have no claim 
on this fund beyond the amount he has paid into the fund. 

Eligibility for Membership: Each minister of the North Carolina Conference shall 
become eligible for membership in the Ministers' Retirement Fund in the year follow- 
ing the Conference at which he is taken into full connection. Ministers transferring into 
the Conference in full connection are eligible to join tlie fund in the year following the 
Conference in which their credentials are recognized. Eligible ministers may join the 
fund at any time although no member shall be eligible for dividends until he has been a 
member in good standing for 10 years. 

Approved Supply Pastors: Approved supply pastors may become participating mem- 
bers in this fund in the year following the Conference at which they are accepted as 
Approved Supply Pastors. The following conditions of membership apply to supply 
members: 

1. If within five years of becoming a participating member, an approved supply is 
not given work, he shall be paid the amount he has paid into the fund plus one-half the 
amount the charges he served paid into the fund during his years as pastor, and termi- 
nate his membership. 

2. If an approved supply member has served five years but less than ten years since 
becoming a participating member and is not given work, he shall be paid the amount 
he has paid into the fund plus the total amount the charges he served paid into the fund 
during his years as pastor, and terminate his membership. 

3. Approved supply pastors who have served ten years or more may become partici- 
pating members on the same basis as members in full connection. 

4. The provisions contained in this section shall apply only to those approved supply 
pastors giving full-time service to the ministry. 

Investment of Funds: Funds paid in shall be processed and accounted for by the 
Treasurer of the North Carolina Conference. The reserve fund and dividend fund shall 
be invested at the discretion of the World Service and Finance Commission of the 
North Carolina Conference in consultation with the officers of the Board of Conference 
Claimants. Any income from investments shall be added to the reserve fund until it 
reaches the sum of $250,000.00, at which time the earnings shall be added to the cur- 
rent fund and included in the balance available for crediting to members' accounts as 
dividends as provided in this constitution. 

Board of Conference Claimants 



Journal of Proceedings 163 



This Resolution Is Presented to 

Brother John A. Staton 

Who for thirt)' years served with distinction the cause 
of retired ministers in the North CaroHna Conference of 
the Methodist Church. Brother Staton was appointed to 
the Board of Conference Claimants in 1926 and served 
continuously until his retirement at the annual conference 
held in Greenville, N. C, in June, 1956. For twenty-two 
vears he was Chairman of the Board. 

The Methodist Church, the North Carolina Conference, 
the ministers who have retired, and especially those min- 
isters who will retire in future years owe Brother Staton a 
debt of gratitude. He fought fearlessly, tirelessly, and en- 
thusiastically for the present fine retirement program for 
the superannuates of Methodism. 

In testimony of our warm feeling for Brother Staton and 
as a salute to his fruitful career of service to his church, 
this scroll is given. 

Paul Neff Career, Bishop 
Richmond Area 

\V. L. Clegg 
John M. Dozier 
W. Jasper Smith 
E. W. Freeman 
W. R. Stevens 

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170 North Carolina Annual Conference 

BOARD OF TEMPERANCE p541 

Work against liquor in our North Carolina Conference has increased during 1955-56 
as compared with previous years. There have been more activities and better activities 
against liquor on the district level and in local churches. However, in spite of these 
increased activities, the sale of liquor continues to increase, and the tragic results of 
drinking continue to increase. And your Conference Board of Temperance urges all-out 
efforts against this nefarious business. And your Board urges greatly increased action 
along every possible line, including the following special activities. 

1. This is an election year. We should elect legislators, who will enact laws against 
liquor, and judges and other public officials, who will enforce laws against liquor. 

2. We should urge the 1957 General Assembly to enact a statute providing for a 
Statewide Referendum. 

3. Our efforts should be increased along educational lines, including instruction in our 
homes, our public schools, our colleges and our Sunday Schools; and including effective 
material in newspapers, magazines and in programs on radio and television. 

4. Pastors, district secretaries and other leaders should utilize our Methodist fihn, 
"Far From Alone," and other effective methods of presenting this cause. 

5. Our North Carolina Cpiristian Advocate and other church papers should pub- 
lish more material against the sale and use of liquor. 

6. District superintendents and district secretaries should make sure that this cause 
is fully and effectively presented during district conferences and in all other district 
meetings. 

(a) We recommend that a workshop on alcohol education be arranged for ever)' 
district in the North Carolina Conference, with plans formulated by the Board of Tem- 
perance, district secretaries, in co-operation with the district superintendents, and that 
this be done at the earliest possible date. 

(b) That Dr. Hooten, of our General Board, be invited to conduct such workshops. 
( He has already indicated that he would like to be with us. ) 

(c) That we will give our all-out support to legislation against the high-pressure 
advertisement of alcoholic beverages on a national level. There is a better than 50-50 
chance, we believe, of passing this bill, if we will write letters or send telegrams to its 
sponsors and our representatives in Congress. 

(d) That we endorse Dr. Russell Dick's book, "From Isolation to Acceptance." This 
is a handbook for helping alcoholics. Chapter titles are: Can the Alcoholics Be Helped? 
Highways to Alcoholism; Helping the Alcoholic Family; How to Counsel the Alcoholic. 

We not only commend this book, but we recommend that this slender volume be 
placed in the hands of all Board members and district secretaries, and consider the 
advisability of mailing copies to all ministers of the North Carolina Conference. 

7. Pastors should recommend only total abstainers as members of the official board 
and other places of leadership in our Sunday Schools and churches. 

8. Pastors and other church leaders should co-operate with the Allied Church League, 
the Women's Christian Temperance Union and all other organizations that are working 
against liquor. And we urge co-operation with another organization, Alcoholics Anony- 
mous, that is doing splendid work throughout North Carolina and America. There is one 
or more units of Alcoholics Anonymous in practically every community in North Car- 
olina. In many communities, they need a place in which to hold their weekly and semi- 
weekly meetings; and we recommend that our pastors co-operate in providing meeting 
places for AA groups. We recommend also that all pastors and other church leaders 
familiarize themselves with the program of Alcoholics Anonymous; that they invite 
qualified speakers from this organization to address Sunday School classes and other 
groups in our churches; and we recommend that our pastors and other members co-oper- 
ate fully with the local units of Alcoholics Anonymous. 

9. District superintendents, district secretaries and pastors should support fully and 
participate effectively in the observation of World Temperance Sunday on the last Sun- 
day in October of each year and Commitment Day on the first Sunday in December in 
each year. 

10. Pastors should preach often against the use of beer, wine and whiskey. This 
preaching should not be apologetic. It should be soul searching. It should come from a 
mind that is well informed and a heart that is aflame with a desire for the saving of 
human bodies and the salvation of eternal souls. Our pastors should recognize the vital 
fact that the supreme issue is moral and spiritual. Of course, liquor enters and causes 
injury in every human sphere, economics, health, politics and public morals; and facts 
should be presented to show the harm that liquor does in every aspect of man's life; but 
pastors and other leaders must remember always that the supreme issue is moral and 



Journal of Proceedings 171 

spiritual. It a person has been reborn, if a person is Christ-controlled, he will not make 
liquor; he will not sell or vote for the sale of liquor; and he will not drink liquor. 

Today there are many things that are impairing the influence of our church; and the 
liquor traffic is one of the forces that is helping to destroy everything for which our 
Church stands. The liquor traffic would destroy the Church, if it could; the Church 
could destroy the liquor traffic, if it would. Hence, every person, who is interested in 
the Church, should use his influence, his means and his vote against the liqour traffic. 
This Conference appeals to all pastors and all church members that they increase and 
make more effective their opposition to this nefarious business. As individuals, we Meth- 
odists should abstain absolutely from the use of alcoholic beverages. As members of 
society, we should vote and work to outlaw the liquor traffic. The attitude and the 
practice of individuals should be total abstinence. The attitude and policy of government 
should be aljsolute prohibition. And to the achievement of total abstinence and absolute 
prohibition, we rededicate our efforts and our lives. 

Cale K. Burgess, President 

D. W. Charlton, Vice-President 

E. G. PuRCELL, Jr., Secretary 



COMMISSION ON TOWN AND COUNTRY WORK p231 

( The following reports are based on the current equivalent of 
Discipline, 1952, 1231 (2)) 

Report No. 1 
POLICY 

Recent research in the field of membership and evangelism, by Bishop Paul N. 

arber, reveals a record of low annual net increase in church membership in the Annual 
Conference. Frontier Again, 1954, Walston and Nickens, shows that with time tide has 
umed and the North Carolina Conference area is again the frontier of the state. Look 
'It the People, 1955, Chambers, gives detailed information on the very considerable 
liopulation growth and the shift in the North Carolina Conference area. These and other 
[vorks of research have made evident the need and opportunity for an enterprising spirit, 
policy, and program on the part of the Annual Conference during the new quadrennium, 
■md afterwards. 

I A great program of rehabilitation and expansion in all areas of work must be carried 
forward in the years ahead. The Conference will need to mobilize its total resources in 
)rder to provide a ministry of adequate scope and effectiveness to the people residing 
today and tomorrow in eastern North Carolina. Much imagination, inventiveness, and 
(imagineering" will be required. Capable long-range planning, extensively and locally, 
jvill be essential. Many leaders, conference and local, will need to stretch their minds. 
View lifting levers will have to be found. Renewal of Wesleyan evangeHstic spirit will be 
jiecessary. Flowing-from-within energies must be released, and up-from-the-roots pro- 
'edures devised. Creative church craftsmanship will be called for. 

: In the field of creative church craftsmanship, the Commission on Town and Country 
'Vork has a very definite responsibility. The Discipline commits to the Commission the 
^ork to ''outline a program of town and country work to the participating boards and 
jgencies." 

1 Preceding such a general outline it is in order to present a statement of riu-al church 
-olicy. The rural church policy of The Methodist Church is given in Discipline, 1952, 

020 (10), and in accord with this the ensuing is presented as a statement of Annual 
fonference policy. 

I ^^^ ^ 

I Bishop Paul N. Garber in his published address, "Some Suggestions Concerning the 
future Program of our North Carolina Conference" (July 12, 1954, p. 11), stated: "We 
lould therefore have in our North Carolina Conference a rural church program of the 
ighest possible type and really be leaders in rural church work not only in eastern North 
arolina but throughout our entire connection." 

X X X 

"I'liis unprecedented de\elopment of roads serving local comnmnities offers to North 
-arolina Conference Methodism an opportunity and a challenge to develop a magnifi- 
tntly conceived program of niral church expansion" (Frontier Again, 1954, Walston 
Nickens, p. 24). 



172 North Carolina Annual Conference 

"The Conference would be wise in making a large investment of prayer, thought, 
research, planning, money, and work in rebuilding and developing its root system (rural 
churches). Such would bear abundant fruit for time and eternity." {Look at the Roots, 
1955, Taylor, p. 13.) 

XXX 

"We recognize the fact that the rural areas are the fountain heads of resources in 
terms of leadership, population, religious and economic life, and that many of these 
areas are now suffering religious and cultural depletion. 

"This fact calls for an awakened church consciousness of the significance of the rural 
community, issuing in a growing statesmanship and strategy that will develop rehgious 
institutions adeciuate to create and conserve the religious and cultural values in rural 
community life. 

"The North Carolina Annual Conference of The Methodist Church recognizes the 
basic significance of the rural church to the total life of the church, and recognizes the 
gradual decline in strength of the rural church, and regrets the inadequate policy here- 
tofore pursued with reference to it. Therefore, the Conference does at this time commit 
itself to the policy of mobilizing its total resources to provide a ministry of adequate 
scope and effectiveness to the rural people of our Conference area." (Journal, 1947, 
pp. 123-4.) 

Key W. Taylor 
R. E. Walston 
Report No. 2 

CHURCH EXTENSION 

A 

Competent sociological studies indicate that the population of North Carolina will 
double between the years 1950 and 2003. 

Look at the People, 1955, Chambers, a statistical study of population resources and 
trends in the North Carolina Conference area, shows the what and the where as to tht 
"flight to Suburbia" which is on all across the Conference area. From this and other 
studies it is evident that the church extension program should contemplate the organi- 
zation of a total of 200 new churches by the year 1965. 

Under the heading, "The duties of a district superintendent," Discipline, 1952, 
362 (15), the following is noted: "To promote all the interests of the Church within 
the bounds of his district, in co-operation with the pastors and the quarterly conferences, 
giving particular attention to the following: . . . (c) Establishment of new preaching 
places and organization of new congregations wherever needed." 

B 

The United States Census of Population divides the population into three categories: 
urban, rural-farm, and rural-nonfarm. 

In the North Carolina Conference area the (white) rural-nonfarm category is thi 
largest and fastest growing. About 100 newly organized churches will be needed withiri 
the next few years to serve the people reflected in this census category. Many of these 
new churches could be based on needed relocations. 

The state of North Carolina has recently completed a county paving prograii 
v/hich is without parallel in the South. In eastern North Carolina more new homes ar< 
being built on the county roads and state highways than in the urban areas. 

Church extension in the rural areas of the North Carolina Conference is highly ini 
portant, not only because of population shift to and growth in these areas, but alsi 
because many thousands of the town and city dwellers of the future will have been bori 
and reared in rural areas. The future of North Carolina Conference Methodism lie 
in the rural Sunday schools to a very considerable degree. 

The Annual Conference, and the Board of Missions, are respectfully requested to givi 
top priority to rural church extension during the new quadrennium, and adoption o 
this report records concurrence with such a policy and proposed procedure. 

C 

The recent research in the field of membership and evangelism in the Annual Con 
ference, by Bishop Paul N. Garber, is now A matter of general information and conceri:| 
The problem revealed by Bishop Garber's research has many root causes. A major roc! 
cause is the fact that 233 or more of the rural (root) churches are in one stage or anoth* 
of decline, and of these 25 or more are at the point of closing. 



Journal of Proceedings 173 

Country Church Ladder, 1956, Tyson, gives chart and documentation with regard 
3 542 circuit churches studied, classifying individual churches as to whether growing, 
tagnant, or in decHne. 

The Annual Conference and the several agencies are requested to give immediate 
ttention to the problem of declining rural churches, looking to an analysis and progres- 
ive solution of this particular root cause of low annual net increase of men>bersliip. 

A careful case study should be done for each of the declining churches, beginning at 
he bottom of the "Ladder" and working up, with a view to finding a solution in each 
ase. 

D 

The district superintendents recently made a survey to discover how many one-room 
hutches there are in the Conference. Reports came from eight districts giving a total of 
2, with an average per district of 11.5. Based on the average, the Conference total 
ine one-room churches would be 103.5. These churches are just one step from the 
Irush arbor, and from the standpoint of present day procedures as to Christian educa- 
!ion, are very inefficient and ineffective. 

j This survey also considered the number of "Churches of more than one-room, but 
paving less than five class rooms." The reported total of these churches, for eight dis- 
p'cts, is 150. 

; It is probable that many of the one-room and near one-room churches are among 
he 233 declining churches mentioned in section C of this report. 

The Annual Conference and the several agencies are requested to give prompt and 
ionstructive attention to this problem of the one-room and near one-room church, which 
li probably a part of the cause of the declining church problem. 
I Key W. Taylor 

„ -, ^ R. E. Walston 

Report N. 3 

CHURCH EXTENSION RESEARCH, PLANNING, AND SURVEY COMMITTEE 

i Because of the fact that the rural church is so involved, potentially, in the church 
Ixtension enterprise, the following report is presented by the Commission on Town and 
Country Work. 

Competent sociological studies indicate that the population of North Carolina will 
oublc between the years 1950 and 2003. Progressive change is being accelerated by 
fiany new dynamics operating in the state. Eastern North Carolina is again the frontier 

If the state. Competent research, wise planning, and careful survey are necessary if 
"he Methodist Church is to expand rapidly, wisely, and adequately in the North Carolina 
Conference area. 

, The 1955 Journal, p. 19, lists the "Conference Church Extension Survey Committee." 
j^he request is hereby made that the committee be continued as a conference quadren- 
ial committee, and that the name be changed to — "Church Extension Research, Plan- 
ling, and Survey Committee." 

, Further, it is requested that the Conference continue the annual appropriations to 
pis committee in the present amount or more as needed. 

I Further, that the nature of the work of the committee be that as described by the 
iroposed new name, that is, to chart the course of church extension, both extensively 
nd locally, in a scholarly and efficient manner. 

) Further, that this committee would employ such full-time personnel as needed, and 
rovide the necessary facilities for effective work. The nature of the work of the princi- 
al person employed would be similar to that of the city planner as used by many of 
le larger cities. 

Further, it would be the work of the principal person employed to conduct in a 
jonstant, creative, and effecti\e manner, a conference-wide enterprise of information 
|,nd selling as to church extension needs and opportunities. 

, Further, that this committee would co-operate closely and constantly with the Con- 
prence Board of Missions and all other conference agencies. 

I In order to acquire current information on economic and sociological trends and 
evelopments, that the church extension enterprise be charted wisely and well, the 
ommittee would enlist the co-operation of all organizations and agencies having suc»al 
ifonnation available. Among such agencies are: North Carolina State Department aral 
Conservation and Development; North Carolina State Highway and Public Works Cc 
mission; Chambers of Commerce; Ormond Fund of Duke University; Department s of 
Jural Sociology of North Carolina State College; Federal agencies. -uld 

j Key W. Taylor "ve 

R. E. Walston 



174 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Report No. 4 
GROUP MINISTRY 

Provision for group ministry procedure is given in Discipline, 1952, 362 (15i), under 

the heading of "The duties of a district superintendent," and in the JDiscipline of 1956. 

The Group Ministry is the Methodist connectional system carried down to the grass 

roots level of work, and is thereby a cell approach. Also, it is a sell approach as it uses 

a methodology of consultation and cultivation, rather than compulsion. 

The need for this co-operative and up-from-the-roots procedure in this Annual 
Conference is made evident by the low annual net increase in church membership in 
the Conference, the large annual net increase in white population in the Conference 
area, the very considerable population shift process, and the rapidity of general sociologi- 
cal change. 

The administrative unit for this work shall be defined as each of the 56 counties 
within the bounds of the Annual Conference. 

The bishop, and the district superintendents, are respectfully requested to arrange 
district lines as to correspond with county lines. 

Hereafter, as the "Conference Master-plan of Circuits and Stations" {Journal, 1954, 
pp. 152-3), is progressively executed, each circuit shall be completely within a given 
county, and where possible within a given high school district. 

The members of each county group ministry shall be the district superintendent, 
pastors, and charge lay leaders, serving all churches within a given county. To these 
may be added such persons as may seem wise in each case. The group as constituted 
shall be called the County Council. The chairman of the group should be a competent 
leader. The Group Ministry, a pamphlet available from the Division of National Missions 
of The Methodist Church may be used in general as a guide for organization and pro- 
cedure. 

It shall be the duty of each county group ministry to assume responsibility for the I 
advancement of the total work of The Methodist Church over the entire county. Thus, 
neglected areas of work would receive constructive attention, and the "no man's land" 
pockets between charges would be eliminated. Also, it shall be the work of each count) 
group ministry to employ, supervise the work of, secure finances for, and provide 
necessary facilities for, one or more properly trained full-time Directors of Christian 
Education for each county, or practicable combination of counties. 

The immediate and specific work of each county group ministry would be to deal 
creatively with the areas of greatest deficiency and need in conference life and work. 
included in which are: 

( 1 ) Renewal of Wesleyan evangelistic spirit 

(2) Long-range planning on the county and local level (Journal, 1954, p. 155 (V) ' 

(3) New church extension 

(4) Logical division of circuits, in accord with "Conference Master-Plan of Circuit; 
and Stations" {Journal, 1954, pp 152-3) 

(5) Develop declining churches 

(6) Improve one-room and near one-room churches 

( 7 ) Relocation of churches needing such 

(8) Locate and reopen closed churches {Discipline, 1952, 362 (11)) 

(9) Develop the strategically important small rural Sunday schools 

( 10) Reach unchurched children and youths 

Available aids to the work of a county group ministry include: the newly revisei 

county maps which may be secured from the North Carohna State Highway and Publi 

Works Commission; Look at the People, 1955, Chambers, a book sent to boards, an 

district superintendents, and to be sent to the pastors, giving a statistical analysis of th 

population resources in each county in the Conference; J 950 United States Census o 

Population, P-A33, North Carolina, giving the population resources of each townshii 

available from the Conference Secretary of Town and Country Work; Frontier Agaii 

^954, Walston and Nickens, a booklet in general circulation dealing with certain socii 

gical and economic factors in the North Carolina Conference area as pertaining to tli 

pansion of The Methodist Church; Country Church Ladder, 1956, Tyson, chart an 

fer*cumentation, showing the individual country churches which are growing and tho; 

Th decline, available from the district superintendents; Look at the Roots, 1955, Taylo 

ca booklet giving an analysis of the nature of the rural church problem in the Nor' ■ 

( Carolina Conference, available from the Conference Secretary of Town and Count j 

I 



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Work; Working Together — The Group Ministry, a color fihn strip available from the 

Methodist Publishing House, showing the group ministry' at work. 

Key W. Tayloh 
R. E. Walston 
Report No. 5 

IMPLEMENTATIOiN OF "CONFERENCE MASTER-PLAN OF 
CIRCUITS AND STATIONS" 

The proposal that the Conference progressively develop a "Conference Master-Plan 
of Circuits and Stations" was approved by the Annual Conference of 1954, and is 
recorded in the Journal of that year on pages 152-3. It is recommended that this action 
of the Conference be implemented as follows: 

1. That there be formed a quadrennial "Annual Conference Committee on Master- 
Plan of Circuits and Stations," consisting of the Bishop, District Superintendents, Con- 
ference Lay Leader, District Lay Leaders, Conference Secretary of Town and Country 

I Work, and the District Secretaries of Town and Country Work. This committee would 
be organized by the Bishop and cabinet. 

2. That there be formed in each district a quadrennial "District Committee on 
i Master-Plan of Circuits and Stations," consisting of the District Superintendent, District 
,Lay Leader, District Secretary of Town and Country Work, plus two other pastors and 
.two otlier laymen. Members of tliis committee would be representative of the several 
.geographical areas of the district. The district committees would be established by the 
I conference committee. 

[ 3. The "County Group Ministry" is provided for in Commission on Town and Coun- 
:try Work report No. 4, 1956. One of its functions would be to implement on the county 
pevel, the work of the "District Committee on Master-Plan of Circuits and Stations." 

4. That the conference committee meet at a time suitable to the Bishop following the 
'session of the Annual Conference, to begin work on a layout of a "Conference Master- 
Plan of Circuits and Stations." 

5. That additional meetings of the conference committee be held as needed. 

6. That the conference committee hand down to the district committees the responsi- 
jbility of studying such cases as may be indicated, in co-operation with the respective 
(County Group Ministries. 

, 7. That circuit divisions be approved by the Bishop, (Discipline, 1952, 433 (1)), 
jby the District Superintendents, and by the County Group Ministries, 
j 8. That in determination of circuit divisions, procedure shall be in accord with the 
'paper, "Conference Master-Plan of Circuits and Stations" {Journal, 1954, pp 152-3). 
9. Essential expenses involved by the district committees in surveying and traveling 
would be paid by the Commission on Town and Country Work. 

Key W. Taylor 
R. E. Walston 

Report No. 6 
ROCKY MOUNT COLLEGE DEPARTMENT OF TOWN AND COUNTRY WORK 

j It is evident that the church college is in a position to render more effectively certain 
meeded services to the rural churches, than is any other agency. 

In accord with poHcy of the Division of National Missions of The Methodist Church, 
and in accord with a trend in Methodist colleges across the nation, request is hereby 
•made that there be established in the newly authorized college at Rocky Mount, a 
Department of Town and Country Work. This would be a department of the college 
land imder college administration. 

■ The Department of Town and Country Work should have sufficient personnel to 
render to the Conference needed services which would include at least the following: 

i. Provide college training, and counseling, for supply pastors. 
, 2. Provide proper training for lay preachers, perhaps utihzing in this regard some 
k)f the ideas and procedures in use by the Methodist Church in England. 
I 3. Provide in-service training institutes on creative parish craftsmanship for all rural 
pastors. The curriculum would be designed to meet the basic and varied needs of rural 
ipastors for training. 

> 4. Provide local church development revivals, designed to meet the specific needs of 
the individual rural church. The design of each local church development revival would 
grow out of the pastor's participation in the in-service training institutes on creative 

sh craftsmanship. 



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5. Provide consultation program with ministerial students, and pastors, in the interest 
of enlistment for lifetime rural ministry. 

6. Establish, equip, and operate an office for rural research. The research work 
should be of a practical nature rather than a technical nature. 

7. Conduct spiritual life missions, prayer missions, and stewardship missions in the 
rural churches, utilizing college students in this ministry where and when practicable. 



The Rocky Mount college is requested, to provide proper training for rural deacon- 
esses, and directors of Christian education who would serve county-wide areas. Also, 
the college is requested to offer the M.A. degree in religion, and in reUgious education. 

Key W. Taylor 
R. E. Walston 

Report No. 7 
MISCELLANEOUS 

L The newly constituted Commission on Town and Country Work is requested to a,^ 
point district secretaries on Town and Country Work, and the district superintende of 
are requested to include these on the district staffs. )in- 

2. Recent research reveals that the average pastoral tenure on circuits in the C< of 
lerence is only 2.47 years. This is one of the basic reasons for rural church weakne. 
The district superintendents are requested to give thought and attention to this problen 
that the average pastoral tenure on circuits may be increased to at least 4 years. 

3. The attention of the district superintendents is called to Discipline, 1952, 362 (7) 
which has to do with deeds for church property. 

4. Appreciation is hereby expressed to the Conference Board of Lay Activities for 
providing the "No Silent Pulpit" program. It is requested that this progam be continued, 
and with an adequate training program for the lay preachers. 

The Conference Board of Evangelisnt is respectfully requested to give creative 
tliought and leadership with regard to the obviously needed renewal of Wesleyan 
evangelistic spirit in the Hfe and work of the Conference. 

6. In accord with paragraph 1231 (4) in the 1952 Discipline the Commission on 
Town and Country Work nominates Ralph Epps for office of Conference Secretary of 
Town and Country Work. 

7. The Annual Conference is hereby requested to continue the Long-Range Planning 
Committee as a Conference quadrennial committee, under the terms of the establishing 
resolution as found in Journal, 1952, p. 147, paragraph 16. ^ 

8. The Annual Conference is requested to give consideration to ways and means of i 
establishing a much needed information, publicity, and public relations service. 

9. The newly constituted Commission on Town and Country Work is requested to 
consider the advisability of asking the Conference for an administrative official for Town 
and Country Work. 

10. In the population shift process, some of our churches are being surrounded by 
Negro residents. The Annual Conference is requested to adopt a policy and procedure 
which, when advisable and acceptable, will transfer by sale or gift church property thus 
involved to the North Carolina Annual Conference of the Central Jurisdiction of The 
Methodist Church. 

11. The several agents and agencies of the Annual Conference have records which 
are valuable and should be permanently preserved. The 1952 Discipline, in paragraphs 
637 and 661, recognizes the importance of an Annual Conference having an archives.' 

The new college at Rocky Mount when established, is requested to provide the 
proper facilities for a Conference archives, and to provide the necessary secretarial labor 
to efficiently maintain a filing system. 

All of the agents and agencies of the Annual Conference are requested to deposit 
annually in the archives records not in current use. 

The secretary of the Annual Conference shall be the official custodian of the C 
ference archives, and shall have authority to decide which records have value for 
permanent keeping. 

Key W. Taylor 
R. E. Walston 



Journal of Proceedings 177 

Report No. 8 
MINIMUM SALARY 

The Commision looks back upon the last thirteen years during which the Minimum 
salary Fimd has been in operation and recognizes that giant strides have been made in 
providing more nearly adequate support for our ministry. The top bracket of the mini- 
'luuni salary schedule has increased 140'; since the beginning of operations in 1942, 
from $1,500 to $3,600. We are of the opinion that raising of the schedule has had the 
X'ffcct of raising pastoral salaries in general, as well as other salutory effects. 

The Commission, however, feels that the time has come when the Minimum Salary 
Schedule should be stabilized, not in terms of any static and unrealistic numerical figure, 
which might very (quickly cease to reflect the cost of living in a rapidly changing econ- 

)iii\ , but in terms of some stated principle which will guide the conference in determining 

\liat the schedule should be. 

in the year of 1955-1956 the minimum salary paid married pastors with one or more 
dependent children was approximately $460.00 below the average salary paid by all 

■barges being served by full-time pastors, except church extension projects founded in 

lie 8-year period preceding the current year. 

\\'e recommend, therefore, that the conference adopt the principle of making the 

nininium salary paid to: 

1 ) All married full-time pastors with one or more dependent children $300 less than 

111 ;i\erage of all salaries and travel and expense funds paid by all charges the previous 

,ear to full-time pastors under episcopal appointment, except church extension projects 
rounded in the eight-year period preceding the annual conference at which the minimum 
':alary schedule shall be calculated. 

( 2 ) All married full-time pastors with no dependent children $300 less than pastors 
kscribed in the above point 1; 

(3) And all unmarried full-time pastors $300 less than pastors described in the 
ibove point 2. 

I This principle is to be put into effect beginning with the conference year of 1957- 
J958. If this principle were to go into effect in the conference year of 1956-1957, the 
aiinimum salary in all brackets would increase by approximately $160.00. It is the opin- 
ion of the Commission that pastors receiving minimum salary aid can help increase the 
jtandard minimum salary schedule under the operation of this principle by encouraging 
;heir charges to increase the amount paid on pastors' salaries, thus raising the average 
salary throughout the conference. 

' In making these recommendations the Commission is motivated by the desire to 
Jtabilize the Minimum Salar>' Schedule with a principle that will gear the schedule in 
ivith the general economy of the Conference in such a way that it will automatically rise 
khen pastors' salaries in general rise. There will be no more great increase such as 
tharactrized the past history of the schedule, but there will be an advantage in that 
ncreases will no longer be a matter of caprice but of principle. The adoption of this 
principle means settling down for the long pull, making the gains of the past stick in 
the long term future of our conference. 

Key W. Taylor 
R. E. Walston 

♦Keferred to the Conference Committee on Minimum Salary for further study. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES ^1478 
Report No. 1 



The Board of Trustees of the North Carolina Conference, of The Methodist Church, 
let in the office of Mr. C. A. Dillon, Raleigh, North Carolina, on May 31, 1956, at 
1:00 a.m. 

C. A. Dillon, chaimian, called the meeting to order, and presided. 

The meeting was opened with prayer by H. I. Glass. 

The minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved. 

Chas. E. Jordan, treasurer, submitted his report. On motion, duly carried, it was 
'c'ceived, and ordered filed. 

Motion by D. A. Clarke, seconded by C. P. Womack, that the Board of Trustees of 
< Xorth Carolina Conference approve the turning over the assets of the Board as 
idicated in the Treasurer's Report as of July 1, 1956, to die Methodist Fund, Inc., of 



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the North Carohna Conference, which Fund or management assumes the responsibility 
for the management of the Fund, and which management is responsible to the Boarc 
of Trustees of the North Carolina Conference for the proceeds derived from the fund; 
committed to the management care of the Methodist Fund, Inc., approved by unanimou; 
\'ote. 

On motion, duly carried, the treasurer was authorized to pay to the Board of Con 
ference Claimants, of the North Carolina Conference, the sum of $3,500.00. 

Motion by Chas. E. Jordan, seconded by C. P. Womack, that the fvmds now held ii 
trust under the will of J. C. Roberts, by the incumbent Trustees, be appropriated t( 
the use of High Point College, in keeping with the spirit of the intent as expressed b} 
the donor, approved by unanimous vote. 

On motion, duly carried, the following were elected as officers for the ensuing year. 
Chas. E. Jordan, chairman; L. C. Larkin, vice-chairman; J. F. Coble, secretary-teasurer 
be nominated to succeed themselves, to-wit: R. H. Sales, C. P. Womack, J. L. Hornei 

On motion, duly carried, the meeting adjourned. 

Present for the meeting: C. A. Dillon, L. C. Larkin, D. A. Clarke, R. H. Sales, C. P 
Womack, Chas. E. Jordan, J. F. Coble, H. I. Glass. i 

C. A. Dillon, Chairman , 
H. I. Glass, Secretary ! 

Report No. 2 
FINANCIAL STATEMENT 



Mr. C. A. Dillon, Chairman 

Board of Trustees of the North Carolina Conference 

of the Methodist Church, Inc. 
Raleigh, North Carolina 

Dear Sir: 

In accordance with instructions, I ha\e examined the records of the Treasurer of tli 
Board of Trustees of the North Carolina Conference of the Methodist Church, Inc., an 
certify that in my opinion the statement given below showing a cash balance as ( 
April 30, 1956 of $3,414.66 is in agreement with the records and properly reflects th 
transactions for the period April 30, 1955 to April 30, 1956. In the course of m 
examination I inspected the securities in the custody of the Treasurer and found thei 
in agreement with the schedule furnished by Carolina Securities Corporation indicatin 
a net cost of $150,344.38. 

G. C. Henrickson, C.P.A. 



Cash Balance, April 30, 1955 
Receipts (all dividends and interest) 
Disbursements 



Investment transactions: 
Purchases 
Sales 

Cash Balance, April 30, 1956 

Common Stocks: 
Utilities 
Industrials 
Banks & Insurance 

Total Common Stocks 
Preferred Stocks 
Bonds, Building ir Loan 

Total 
Value of Present Holdings 
Cost of Present Holdings 
Proceeds from Securities Sold 
Cost of Securities Sold 



$ 8,127.29 
3,512.13 



$5,124.4 
4,615.1 





$26,723.11 
20,398.19 

Value 
$ 29,169.25 
88,242.47 
14,650.00 


$9,739.r 
6,324.^ 


Cost 
$ 18,001.16 
58,633.38 
9,925.34 


$3,414.f 
IndicaU 
Income 
$1,387.: 
3,478.; 
250.( 


$ 86,559.88 

58,284.50 

5,500.00 


$132,061.72 

59,602.00 

5,400.00 


$5,115.i 

3,312.; 

3U.. 



$150,344.38 $197,063.72 $8,739.. 
$197,063. 
$150,344.38 
$207,442.31 
163.523.09 



Journal of Proceedings 179 

Profits Reinvested 49,919.22 



\rt Investment 106,425.16 



Margin of Principal Protection $ 90,638.56 

"VoT 12-nionth period 



COMMISSION ON WORLD SERVICE AND FINANCE ^791 
Report No. 1 

The dominant theme of our meeting on December 13, 1955, was the New Financial 
Plan, "As Much for Others As for Ourselves." Discussion centered around the need for 
a workable method for presenting the plan to the charges of the Conference with reason- 
able uniformity in the several districts. 

The decision was made that it would be necessary for the district superintendents 
to present the needs of the Annual Conference and World Methodism and guide pastors 
and members of official boards in acceptance of apportionments, askings and specials. 
This was thought to be in keeping with Section 1 of the plan as adopted: 

"That all benevolences, as hereinafter defined be placed on the same basis as has 
been the case with World Service, the amount for which each charge is obligated to be 
;determined by its acceptance at the beginning of each conference year." 

However, in setting up the plan to go into effect next conference year, it becomes 
inecessary that each charge determine at its fourth quarterly conference for this year 
what is to be its acceptance for next year. 

The Conference Commission on World Service and Finance presents this recom- 
iiendation: 

"Some charges have already attained this objective; 'AS MUCH FOR 
OTHERS AS FOR OURSELVES.' Some can readily reach the objective 
in the first year; others will need two years, some three years. We recom- 
mend that all endeavor to reach the goal in four years." 

Attainment of the goal should not mean that a church would stop progress at that 
luint. True spiritual growth will continue to be reflected in what we do FOR OTHERS. 

In order to meet the basic needs of the Conference, it will be necessary for the 
!iarg('S to accept a minimum 107c increase for combined Benevolences over the total 
amount for the similar items this year. Increased Church Extension and other items of 
,ieedcd expansion of the Conference program will depend on the Total Acceptances 
or BENEVOLENCES to be reported at Annual Conference. 

BUDGET OF CONNECTIONAL EXPENSE APPORTIONMENT AND ASKINGS 
FOR BENEVOLENCES FOR THE CONFERENCE YEAR 1956-57 

APPORTIONMENTS 

JONNECTIONAL ExPENSE FuND: 

I-. Episcopal {•27r Pastor's Salary) 

!. District Superintendents (5y2% Pastor's Salary) 

'<. Conference Pension Fund (16% Pastor's Salary) 

. Ministers Retirement Fund ( T* Pastor's Salary) 

>■ Minimum Salary Fund ('^Vz'"' New "Total Money" figure) 

TOTAL 

ASKINGS 

. Benevolences: 

A. WORLD SERVICE 

B. General Administration 

C. Inter-denominational Co-operation 

D. Jurisdictional Conference Budget 

E. Conference Program and Administration 

F. Annual Conference Benevolences 



U\D No. 7 TOTAL 

Combined TOTAL BUDGET 



$ 27,520 




75,680 




220,160 




13,760 




128,450 




$465,570 






% 


$143,342 


15.464 


8,070 


.870 


6,389 


.689 


9,906 


1.068 


122,375 




636,850 




$926,932 


100. 


$1,392,502 





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To find your Charge Acceptance for the several items in Fund 7, multiply your 
acceptance for combined Benevolences by the percentages shown here. 

Any surplus shall be held by the Conference Treasurer to be expended by the 
Annual Conference upon recommendation of the Commission on World Service and 
Finance. 

Distribution of E: 

Conference Program and Administration % 

Education: Local Church Division 

The Advance Committee 

Board of College Visitors 

Board of Evangelism 

Board of Hospitals & Homes 

Board of Lay Activities 

Board of Social & Economic Relations 

Board of Temperance 

Church Extension Survey Commission 

Commission on Town & Country 

Commission on World Peace 

Long Range Planning Committee 

N. C. Conference Historical Society 

Radio and Film Commission 

Co-ordinating Council 

N. C. Pastors' School 

Duke Supply Pastors' School (Scholarship) 

Commission on Christian Vocation 

Commission on Ministerial Training 

Contingency Fund 

Annual Conference Entertainment (inch Conf. speaker) . 

Conference Minutes 

Secretarial help office expenses, Conference Secretary . . . 

Salary for Conference Secretary 

Statistician 

Conference Treasurer Office budget 



$ 36,625 


3.951 


300 


.032 


300 


.032 


12,000 


1.294 


250 


.027 


3,600 


.388 


200 


.021 


3,500 


.378 


7,300 


.788 


12,000 


1.294 


500 


.054 


500 


.054 


200 


.022 


500 


.054 


500 


.054 


400 


.043 


500 


.054 


750 


.081 


500 


.054 


10,000 


1.079 


6,500 


.701 


5,500 


.59^ 


900 


.097 


400 


.043 


400 


.043 


18,250 


1.968 



$122,375 



13.202 



F: Annual Conference Benevolences 

Methodist Home for Children 

Church Extension 

College Sustaining Fund 

Conference Youth Camps 

(Administration by Conference Board of Education) 

Golden Cross Fund 

Methodist Retirement Homes 

Wesley Foundation Commission 

College Place, Wesley Foundation Building 

Fainnont, Raleigh, Wesley Foundation Building 

Methodist Student Center, Duke 

Methodist Student Center, E. C. College 

Expense Fund 

Real Estate payment 

New Building 

N. C. Council of Churches 



$184,100 


19.861 


105,200 


11. 34^ 


208,250 


22.46( 


26,300 


2.83- 


26,300 


2.83' 


52,600 


5.67 


15,000 


i.er 


4,000 


.43 


4,000 


.43: 


4,000 


.43: 


800 


.081 


1,000 


.10. 


4,000 


.43 


1,300 


.14 



$636,850 



68.70 



"Total Money" figure. The base is the 1955 Journal. From Table 2A take Charg 
totals shown in Columns 44, 45, 47 then add Total Apportionments from Table 2B. T 
the total of these four items add V2 of the total so as to adjust to 12-nK)nth year and tb 
result is the Charge "total money" figure. Adjustments for errors in facts may be mad 
on concurrence of the District Superintendent and the Conference Treasurer. The "toti 
money" figure for the Annual Conference under the above formula would be $3,677,37., 



Journal of Proceedings 181 

LIMITING AND SUPPLEMENTING PROVISIONS RELATING TO THE BUDGET 

1. In conformity with the New Financial Plan as adopted by the Annual Conference, 
items for Connectional Expense as listed under Fund 1 through Fund 5 continue as 
apportionments as indicated. 

2. Apportionments against pastor's salary are defined to include the salary of the 
pastor and associate pastor under Episcopal appointment. 

3. ( a ) The annual salary of each of the nine district superintendents shall be set 
lit $7,500, including travel. 

[ (b) We recommend the custom already established in most districts in providing 
iFrom the district treasury a fund for office expense for the District Superintendent not 

ti exceed $600 annually. 
4. The total funds received from the acceptances for the combined BENEVO- 
ENCES shall be distributed as provided in the plan: "Each cause shall be paid pro- 
bortionately out of the income from acceptances up to the amount fixed in the budget. 
\ny surplus shall be held by the Conference Treasurer to be expended by the Annual 
Conference upon recommendation of the Commission." 

5. Under the Church Extension Fund the first $25,000 is earmarked to be paid to 
'3oard of Missions, Inc., for the revolving loan fund. 

I 6. Fund for Conference Youth Camps. The Tnistees may use not more than $2,500 
-or administrative purposes. 

■ 7. The district superintendents will establish suitable apportionments for new 
'hurches, and adjust apportionments where other charge changes occur; provided that 
leginning with the conference year 1955-56 where circuits are divided any churches 
nvolved in the division that must receive minimum salary, may upon the consent of 
he district superintendent, pay their proportionate share of the former items based on 
liastoral support and total money raised, plus an additional 20% of this amount. This 
jhall be increased by at least 20% of the original base annually until they achieve the 
hen current base of established charges, in a period not to exceed four years, 
i 8. Since there is a growing practice on the part of official boards to adopt prior to 
^nnual Conference budgets for the ensuing year and to consider them closed therefore, 
'e it directed bv the Annual Conference that such adoption of budgets prior to Annual 
Conference shall be subject to being reopened after the ensuring Annual Conference 
*)T consideration of new or increased askings. 

I The Commission recommend approval of the following SPECIALS to be arranged 
ly Special Offerings or included in the budget. 
I Advance Special General 
1 Advance Special Conference 

Church School Rally Day (the goal being an amount equal to 1% of the pastor's 
salary) for leadership training. 

Fellowship of Suffering & Service (World Wide Communion) 
j Race Relations Sunday (Paine College) 

Week of Dedication 
\ Methodist Retirement Homes Special (Mothers' Day) 
j Methodist Student Day 
I The Television Ministry of the Methodist Church 

We recommend appro\'al of the requests of the following agencies for the privilege 
soliciting funds throughout the Conference: 

1. Wesley Foundation Commission for special gifts for the benefit of special works in 
ate supported institutions. 

2. Inter-Conference Commission on Student Religious Work for Wesley Foundation 
icilities and buildings at Fairmont, Raleigh, and College Place, Greensboro; also 
ijethodist Student Center at Duke University. 

(i 3. The Board of Directors for Methodist Retirement Homes, Inc., for the new Meth- 
ist Retirement Home in Durham. Such gifts may be reported by pastors in column 
buchers for Direct Gifts — Conference." 
!4. The Board of Missions for the promotion of the Church E.xtension Ten Dollar 
ub. 
5. We recomn>end that the program of the Methodist College Foundation of North 
irolina. Inc., have the hearty support of the Conference, and that the purposes and 
jhctions of the Foundation as outlined therein be approved. 

II 6. We recommend the effort of the Radio and Film Commission to support the work 
f the Methodist Television Ministry by special offering. 



182 North Carolina Annual Conference 

7. That the Board of Education be permitted to accept funds donated by children's 
groups, young adult groups, individuals, etc., to begin an additional Camp for our 
Conference. 

We recommend that the conference fiscal year be designated to begin July 1st and 
to close June 30th. 

We recommend to charge or church treasurers that they set up a schedule for remit- 
ting at a fixed time each month and to close the year as early as possible Final 
remittances should be mailed on Monday two weeks preceding the opening of Conference. 

We report the issuance of a Fidelity Bond to cover the Conference Treasurer in the 
amount of $100,000 and to cover the Stenographer-Clerk in the amount of $25,000. 

Respectfully submitted, 
GuRNEY P. Hood, President 
C. D. Barclift, Secretary 

Report No. 2 
RE: METHODIST FUND, INCORPORATED 

The Annual Conference of June 1955 authorized the Commission on World Service 
and Finance to set up an investment committee, see Journal page 161 (our report No. 
2). This was done. We then were faced with making a decision in the holding of certifi- 
cates of stock and the transfer of same in the event of sale. We discovered that the 
Discipline 111612 recommends the formation of a corporation for the handling of per- 
manent funds and we procured a charter for Methodist Fund, Incorporated. 

The fund has broad powers for the handling of all types of securities, real estate, 
et cetera and to manage same. The corporation is a non-profit religious organization and 
all income must be distributed "as the annual conference shall from time to time direct." 
Methodist Fund, Incorporated, may receive funds or property for the use, benefit, or 
account of any Board, Committee, Commission, Quarterly Conference, Corporation or 
other body, such Board, Committee, Commission, Quarterly Conference, Corporation or 
such other body being susidiary to or an agency of and owned by the North Carolina 
Annual Conference ( Southeastern Jurisdiction ) of the Methodist Church, and all 
accretions and capital gains thereto and income thereon shall be applied exclusively, 
subject to lawful directions of the said North Carolina Annual Conference of the Meth- 
odist Church, to such Board, Committee, Commission, Quarterly Conference, Corporation 
or other body. 

The corporation is under tlie control of the Annual Conference which may dissolve 
the corporation if it so desires. 

The incorporating members of the corporation in alphebetical order are the fol- 
lowing: namely: Marvin J. Cowell, J. M. Dozier, J. E. Garlington, Gurney P. Hood, 
Charles S. Hubl)ard, J. H. Waldrop. They will hold office until their successors shall 
be elected. 

"Members of this corporation shall be, until and unless the North Carolina Annua! 
Conference (Southeastern Jurisdiction) of the Methodist Church otherwise directs: 

(a) That person holding the office of treasurer of the North Carolina Annual Con- 
ference ( Southeastern Jurisdiction ) of the Methodist Church. 

(b) One member elected by the Board of Conference Claimants of said North 
Carolina Annual Conference; 

(c) One member elected by the Board of Missions of said North Carolina Annual 
Conference; 

(d) Three members elected by the Commission on World Service and Finance oi 
said North Carolina Annual Conference. 

Vacancies occurring in the membership sliall be filled by the membership by majorit; 
vote. 

Membership shall expire as soon after the (iuadrennial meeting of said North Car 
olina Annual Conference as a successor has been elected, except members elected b; 
the membership on the happening of a vacancy shall expire upon the election of a sue 
ccssor, which may be done at the ne.xt regular meeting of the Board or Commissioi 
charged with the election of such member. 

The North Carolina Annual Conference ( Southeastern Jurisdiction ) may provid-^ 
otlier and different qualifications for membership in this Corporation. (In complian 
with a request from the floor of the Conference, the Certificate of Incoroporation o| 
Methodist Fund, Incorporated, was read in detail. A copy of the charter may be ha«| 
on request to the Secretary of Methodist Fund, Incorporated. ) We present, with 



Journal of Proceedings 183 

leasure of pride, the financial report of Methodist Fund, Incorporated, which will be 
)und elsewhere in the treasurer's reports. 

We respectfully ask Conference approval and acceptance of the charter of the 
irporation. 

By reason of experience gained in the past year, we now ask that the Conference 
uthorize the directors of Methodist Fund, Incorporated, to act concurrently as the 
ivestment committee for funds handled by the central treasury and that restrictions 
pplying to types of investments or securities in which funds of central treasury may 
3 placed shall be only those set by the investment committee for central treasury funds. 
7e ask this authority for the reason that flexibility is a big factor in the making of 
^vestments and in shifting from one type to another at times. 

We recommend that there be no distribution of income of Methodist Fund, Incor- 
;3rated, at this time, rather that it remain for the creation of a reserve for possible 
'epreciation of securities. 

! We also propose that the Annual Conference direct, as authorized by the charter 
r Methodist Fund, Incorporated, that the number of members be increased from six 
jp seven and to include one member elected by the Conference Board of Trustees. 
' We also report for the record the change of name of the Board of Conference 
laimants as it appears in the charter to read Conference Board of Pensions. In com- 
iance with a request from the floor of the Conference, the Certificate of Incorporation 
f Methodist Fund, Incorporated, was read in detail. A copy of the Charter may be had 
p request to the Secretary of Methodist Fund, Incorporated. 

t An amendment to Report No. 2, Commission on World Service and Finance offered 
^ Drury W. Wall to require Methodist Fund, Incorporated, to dispose of its tobacco 
locks was accepted by the Committee and became part of the report. 

f Respectfully submitted, 

' COMMISSION ON WORLD SERVICE AND FINANCE 

[ GuRNEY P. Hood, President 

' CD. Barclift, Secretary 

METHODIST FUND, INCORPORATED 
GuRNEY P. Hood, President 
Marvin J. Cov^'ell, Sec.-Treas. 

Report No. .3 

Latest figures on our new financial plan "As Much for Others as for Ourselves" 
dicate acceptance by charges in amount of $943,111 for combined benevolences which 
elude World Service and other Conference benevolences. We have just presented in 
'^port No. 1 an amended budget distribution of $926,932. This allows a margin for 
[in-payment of $16,179 or 1.8^'^ safety factor. This reflects need for co-operation on the 
m of our churches in full payment of these acceptances. 

We request approval of supplementary budget items in their respective order: (1) 
Witional for printing 1955 Conference Journal $1,567.76 (2) Board of Education, 
)cal Church Division, (a) to meet 1955-56 budget commitments $1,875; (b) house 
imishings for director of youth and/or adult work $2,500; (c) office equipment 
,500; (3) Inter-Conference Commission on Student ReHgious Work, $589.30, to meet 
•55-56 deficit; (4) Co-ordinating Council (not included in current budget) $500; (5) 
inference printing expense, $254.66; (6) Cost of College Survey which was charged 
■the account of Long Range Planning Committee $1,269.25; (7) Reserve for payment 
; three-year premium on a Fidelity Bond due November, 1956 (estimated), $900; 
i) Conference entertainment, the excess above apportionment $00; (9) Town and 
ountry Commission $5,000; (10) To be paid from District Superintendents Fund to 
(. M. O. Fletcher for service in Elizabeth City District, $750. 

* We recommend that A. M. PuJlen and Conmpany be retained to audit the accounts 
' the office of the conference treasurer. 

!* We nominate to be continued in the office conference treasurer, Marvin J. Cowell. 
We elect three members to the Methodist Fund, Inc., to represent the Commission 
World Service and Finance: Gurney P. Hood, J. Herbert Waldrop and Charles S. 
ibbard, and request approval. 

|| We recommend that Louisburg College be included in the forthcoming campaign 
f capital funds for colleges in the amount of $450,000 to be conditioned upon their 
pllment of a community commitment of (a) $50,000 for renovation of the Davis 
Ijiilding; (b) provision of $10,000 annual continuing support to the college; (c) upcm 
eir securing a government loan to build a new cafeteria; (d) that they set aside in 



184 North Carolina Annual Conference 

t!ie Methodist Fund, Incorporated, from the $450,00 capital funds a sufficient anwunt 
for the income to retire the government obhgation, after allowing for the income for the 
cafeteria; ( e ) remainder may be used for capital expenditures at the discretion of the 
Board of Trustees. 

We approve the request of the Board of Missions for the endorsement in principle 
of their request for authority to negotiate details of a proposal to set up a fund in the 
total amount of $200,000 to stand as a guarantee against default of local churches in 
mortgage loans to a total of $1,000,000 or five times the guarantee fund. 

We recommend that the Conference authorize the Commission on World Service 
and Finance to appropriate from the Conference reserve fund, from year to year, to the 
guarantee fund when established, amounts in their discretion which will not reduce the 
reser\'e fund below $1.5,000 and the annual appropriations not to exceed $40,000 after 
provision has been made for all other appropriations. 

Respectfully submitted, 

COMMISSION ON WORLD SERVICE AND FINANCE, 
GuRNEY P. Hood, President 
C. D. Barclift, Secretary 



Journal of Proceedings 185 



Resolution of Appreciation of the Faithful Service of 

GURNEY P. HOOD 

on the Commission on World Service and Finance 



At the 1931 session of the North CaroHna Annual Conference 
which met in Greenville, Gurney P. Hood was made a member of 
the Commission on Budget, now known as the Commission on 
World Service and Finance. For twenty-five years he has rendered 
most faithful and effective service in all areas of finance in our 
Conference. Since 1944 he has served as Chairman of the Commis- 
sion on World Service and Finance. 

Pie has given courageous and constructive leadership in all 
phases of the financial program of our Conference. During these 
twenty-five vears the total sum of monev raised for all causes in our 
Conference has increased from $1,126,994 to more than $7,000,000. 
He has been in the foreground of every movement of advance and 
progress. The causes of Christian Education, Homes for Children 
and the Aged, Minimum Salary and every other area of financial 
support have been greatlv strengthened bv his perseverance and 
fidelity. 

This Conference owes a real debt of gratitude to Mr. Hood for 
his large labors of love and his unfailing interest in all causes that 
have made our Conference great in its labors to extend the Kingdom 
of our Lord. 

After twenty-five years of continuous service of heart interest 
and devotion, in the same church in which he was placed on this 
Commission, he now retires from membership on the Commission 
under the provision of a Resolution of Rotation adopted by the 
North Carolina Annual Conference in 1952. This Conference desires 
to express to Brother Hood our deep gratitude for the constancy of 
his vision, faithfulness of his service, and the numerous contribu- 
tions that he has made in the total program of our Conference. 

Brother Hood, we assure you of our continuing love and grati- 
tude, and express the hope that you will have many more years in 
which to live and labor and love. 

Respectfully submitted, 

C. D. Barclift, Secretary 

Cniumission on World Service and Finance 



186 North Carolina Annual Conference 

PARTS 
Quadrennial Committee Reports 



THE ADVANCE COMMITTEE 



We close this conference year with deep gratitude for the fine progress made in 
every phase of Advance Specials. For the excellent leadership of Presiding Bishop 
Paul N. Garber, the nine district superintendents, boards of our conference, the pastors, 
and members of all of our charges, your Advance Committee is most grateful. 

It is not possible to give in detail all items which are included in Advance or Mis- 
sion Specials. The money contributed to some of these such as, The Week of Dedication, 
Fellowship of Suffering and Service, Overseas Relief, Race Relations, are shown in 
their proper places by our conference treasurer. I do think, however, it will be of great 
mterest to highlight in this report the truly great progress made this year in the fol- 
lowing four phases of Specials: 

1. In General Advance Specials, according to the reports from our district superin- 
tendents, we have contributed a total of $53,428. 

2. Conference Specials have been most encouraging. Approximately $72,000 has 
been raised for the different projects that are included in this group. 

3. The general appeal for building a Methodist College in Alaska has been excellent. 
Every district and almost every church has come forward with substantial sums of 
money for this project. To date for this year this item totals $10,501. 

4. The Ten Dollar Club, promoted especially by the Board of Missions through its 
Executive Secretary, Rev. Tom Collins, reports that there are now 4,930 active members. 
If each of the three calls are met by these members for this year now ending, we will 
be able to contribute to the building of new Methodist churches in our own conference 
the magnificent sum of nearly one hundred and fifty thousand dollars. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Walter C. Ball, Chairman 
Chester D. Brown, Secretary 



COMMITTEE ON CONFERENCE CALENDAR 

The purpose of the Conference Calendar Committee is to assemble the dates of all 
the important events, emphases, and programs of the several boards and agencies of 
the North Carolina Conference and to incorporate these dates in a calendar to be 
prepared for distribution to the pastors and to each local church. 

We are requesting tlie co-operation of all the boards, committees, commissions, 
agencies, and organizations of the conference in securing the information needed for 
the 1956-1957 calendar. 

The committee plans to have the calendar published and ready to be distributed 
at tlie District Set-Up meetings. In order for us to meet this schedule, it will be necessary 
for this information to be in the hands of the committee immediately. 

M. W. Maness, Chairman 
C. P. Morris, Secretary 



COMMITTEE ON CONFERENCE ENTERTAINMENT 

At the 1955 session of our North Carolina Annual Conference, held in Fayetteville, 
our program was so crowded that we did not take the time to hear invitations for the 
session for 1956. Within a short time, however, the loyal Methodists of Jarvis Memorial , 
and other Greenville churches saw the opportunity, and extended to us a most gracious , 
welcome. So here we are — by the grace of God. For the hospitality extended by these j 
our Christian friends, and the friendly co-operation of East Carolina College, we are j 
most grateful. t 

We continue to anticipate the day when conference entertainment will be offered 
in more of our cities. Perhaps we may soon be in position to consider invitations from j 
our Fayetteville and Rocky Mount colleges. Meantime, we are ready to accept invitations | 
from some of our great churches which could profit immensely by providing entertain- 
ment. MAY WE COME TO YOUR CHURCH IN 1957? 

A. J. HoBBS, Chairman 
A. D. L. Gray, Secretary j 

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Journal of Proceedings 187 

COMMITTEE ON CONFERENCE RELATIONS 

We recommend that E. A. Stevens be restored to the active relationship. 

We recommend for the retired relation: for this year, B. F. Boone, E. R. Clegg, J. W. 
:)immette, W. G. Farrar, W. L. Loy, W. L. Maness, I. S. Richmond, R. D. Wellons. 
3efore this year: A. S. Barnes, W. C. Benson, J. J. Boone, J. W. Bradley, W. H. Brown, 
A'. A. Cade, John Cline, J. D. Cranford, Frank Culbreth, H. G. Cuthrell, W. L. Dawson, 
=:. D. Dodd, E. W. Downum, E. C. Durham, F. K. Duvall, R. G. L. Edwards, W. F. 
•:!liott, H. C. Ewing, R. N. Fitts, M. O. Fletcher, J. W. Frank, W. J. Freeman, H. I. 
Jlass, C. W. Guthrie, E. M. Hall, J. C. Harmon, L. D. Hayman, H. L. Hendricks, J. W. 
loyle, B. T. Hurley, H. E. Lance, Daniel Lane, T. W. Lee, J. O. Long, F. S. Love, 
;. W. Lowe, D. F. Lowry, F. R. Lowry, W. C. Martin, E. C. Maness, L. S. Massey, 
■>. C. Melton, R. F. Munns, W. V. McRae, F. B. Noblitt, W. T. Phipps, H. B. Porter, 
^. T. Rogers, W. R. Royall, M. Y. Self, D. M. Sharpe, B. B. Slaughter, J. L. Smith, 
[. E. Spence, G. B. Starling, N. B. Strickland, J. A. Tharpe, C. T. Thrift, W. J. Under- 
vood, W. N. Vaughn, R. L. Vickery, B. M. William, J. K. Worthington, P. D. Woodall. 

C. W. Barbee, Chairman 
H. B. Lewis, Secretary 



BOARD OF SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC RELATIONS ^559 

I he North Carolina Conference Board of Social and Economic Relations completes, 
t this Conference, the first quadrennium of work. The new quadrennium will usher in 
r.any opportunities for service to our Conference in social and economic areas. 

Tlie Conference Board is recommending for next conference year, where possible, 
. Social Action Committee be set up in the local church for leading in study and action 
Drojects in social and economic problems. The Board recommends the study text, "The 
i.Iodern Samaritan," as one source book to be used in the local church. Order copies 
■rom the General Board of Social and Economic Relations, 740 Rush Street, Chicago 11, 
Ihnois, at 35c- per copy. 

Our Board congratulates the General Conference of 1956 for the Amendment to 
he Constitution of The Methodist Church which we feel is the proper Christian ap- 
proach for The Methodist Church to take in our day in the area of race relations. It 
■i the request of our Board that our bishop prepare a digest of this Amendment in the 
orm of a pamphlet, and the same be distributed throughout every church in our 
Conference. 

John T. Maides, Chairman 

P. F. Newton, Vice-Chairman 



COMMISSION ON RADIO AND FILM WORK ^1591 

The goal of all of our endeavors in the Church is to reach more persons with the 
phristian message. We want to help them become more effective Christians. Whatever 
I'ur leadership responsibility may be, we are directing our efforts toward a more ade- 
liuate church program. We may be primarily interested in education, evangelism, or 
jaissions, but our chief concern is to reach more persons more effectively. 
( In our generation we ha\e witnessed a miracle. People in places of authority have 
literally changed the philosophy, outlook and response of an entire nation to accomplish 
heir own purposes — sometimes high and beautiful, other times low and ruthless. They 
lave made full use of two new tools of communication — the radio and motion picture 
(nd many other audio-visual media. 

The evidence is clear and unmistakable, and means one thing to us in the Church: 
ff we want to move toward a more adequate church program, we must of necessity 
[chieve an understanding skill in the use of audio-visual resources. We need to harness 
'very tool that makes for quicker and more permanent learning. 
j To help meet this demand the Commission on Radio and Film Work has in the 

Iast year attempted to broaden its activities in the field of its responsibility. 
At the last Annual Conference the report of this commission was approved where- 
nder the Boards of Managers of Christian Workers' Schools throughout the Conference 
'ere invited to let the Commission share in the expense of including a course on the 
se of Audio- Visuals in the curricula. Several schools have accepted the invitation, 
jjnd we look forward to the time when many of our church workers will be better 
itrained to use this media which is such a force in directing the minds of men. We 
ccommend that this policy be continued in the 1956-57 year. 



188 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Also, during the past year a Conference Filmstrip Library has been organized. From 
this hbrary any church, or any church worker, may secure a filmstrip, or filmstrips which 
may be used as a teaching or worship aid in any phase of the total church program. Such 
filmstrips (or slide sets) may be rented from the commission at a nominal fee that pays 
only the cost of administration of the program. Thus, the necessity on the part of the 
church to purcliase all filmstrips used in its program is obviated. The utilization of the 
Filmstrip Library has grown in a phenomenal way. We recommend that this program 
be continued and expanded through the next conference year. 

The television series, "The Way," has received the support of the commission and 
conference during the past year in the amount of well over $2,200. It has been promoted 
to the extent that "The Way" has been televised by at least four of the major T\' 
stations serving the members of our conference. We recommend that the pastors of our 
conference promote the series in every way possible amongst the members of their 
various congregations. A Pastor's Workbook for the local use of "The Way" has been 
sent to each pastor. Others may be secured from The Central Office of Promotion, 
Chicago, Illinois. 

Thomas A. Collins, Chairman 
W. C. Walton, Jr., Secretary 



COMMISSION ON CHRISTIAN VOCATIONS ^643 

In preparation of the final report for this quadrennium our Commission on Christian 
Vocations believes that the program is now well established in our North Carolina 
Conference. 

Several conferences have been held with emphasis on the philosophy of our Christian 
vocation, with special emphasis on recruitment and commitment to church related 
vocations. This program has been emphasized in subdistrict, district, and conference 
youth meetings, assemblies, and annual conferences. During the past conference year 
the emphasis has been on the district level, with district conferences held in the Bur- 
lington, Baleigh, and Wilmington districts. The results have been most encouraainc; 
and gratifying. The Raleigh district conference included a class for pastors and adult 
counsellors taught by Dr. B. G. Childs of Duke University. In the Wilmington district 
conference there were twenty-five commitments to full-time Christian service. Decisions 
were made by some for the first time to attend college. Some youth rallies were given 
over entirely to emphasis on church related vocations. 

Our first \'ocations conference for college students was held at Chapel Hill under 
the direction of the Reverend J. Robert Regan, Jr., State Director of Student Work. 
The interest in this conference was so great that those attending requested that similar 
conferences be held every other year. 

Our commission has received excellent co-operation from Mrs. H. R. Odom, secretary 
of missionary personnel and the district missionary personnel secretaries of the Woman's 
Society of Christian Service. Through these secretaries, copies of Methodist Service 
Projects, 1956 have been distributed to each high school in our conference. The Rev- 
erend Herman Winberry, Conference Director of Youth Work, has set up a central file 
on church vocations prospects in our board of education office. The directors of youth 
work have co-operated in high-lio'hting Christian vocations throughout the Conference. 

Our commission makes the following recommendations for the next conference year: 

(1) That each pastor see that there is a committee on Christian vocations in each 
local church in his charge and that literature be provided by the church for this com- 
mittee. 

(2) That eucli pastor contact the local high school principal in his comnmnity and 
offer his assistance in arranging career day programs for juniors and seniors in which 
the filmstrip on Christian vocations and Protestant church opportunities would be i 
presented. 

(3) That the Radio and Film Commission of oiu- Conference purchase the filmstrins 
listed on pp. 66-67 Methodist Service Projects, 1956, so they will be more readily 
available for use in meetings on vocational recruitment and guidance. 

(4) That each district director set up a cumulative record system using form 3207-c 
and "Basic Information Record Blank" 3208-c on all youth in his district who have 
expressed an interest in a church vocation. 

(5) That each district superintendent call together, early in the conference year, the) 
following members of his staff to make plans for promoting Christian vocations in his 
district, the director of youth work, secretary of missionary personnel of the Woman's 
Society of Christian Service and the director of Christian vocations. 



Journal of Proceedings 189 

It is further recommended that this committee give attention to setting up the 
cumulative record system referred to in number 4 above. Also, that this committee 

i work with the conference director of youth work and the state director of Methodist 

•student work in securing information on college students who are preparing for cliurcli- 

i related vocations. 

I We recommend that conferences for young adults who express an interest in churcli 

; vocations be held at some time during this quadrennium and that a specialized confer- 

; cnce on the ministry also be held during the quadrennium. 

i We furtlier recommend that an institute for pastors and other adult counselors of 

'youth be conducted in each district by Dr. Richard G. Belcher, Executive Secretary of 

jthe Interboard Committee on Christian Vocations, Nashville, Tennessee. 

' A conference on Christian vocations for the entire conference will be held in Steele 

[Street Metliodist Church in Sanford on March 1, 2, 3, 1957. 

j We wish to express our sincere appreciation for the wonderful co-operation given 
the commission by our bishop, our district superintendents, our conference board of 
education, our Woman's Society of Christian Service, district directors of youth work, 

{district directors of Christian vocations, and our state director of student work. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Graham S. Eubank, Chairman 
J. C. P. Brown, Secretary 



COMMITTEE ON WORLD PEACE ^551 

We rejoice and gi\e thanks to Almighty God that the nations of the world are "living 
in peace" one with another at the present time. It encourages us to beheve more strongly 
that the Spirit of "The Prince of Peace" is moving through the nations of the earth, 
'and that the leaders of the nations are gathering inspiration from the teachings of our 

• Lord Jesus Christ. The prayers of devout people all over the earth are being answered. 

• Mankind is slowly learning that die road to happiness and economic betterment is "The 
VV^ay of Christ." Students and visitors from other countries, studying and visiting in the 

'United States, are beginning to catch our "Peace Loving Point of View." Gradually the 
world is awakening to the fact that the alternative to atomic and hydrogen war is 
brotherhood as conceived in the mind of Christ, and taught by His Churcli. With such 
instruments of destruction as now possessed by at least one other nation, and diis 
'nation, it is unthinkable that national leaders of any country, or countries, will again 
'lead tlie world to war. 

We commend the Secretary General of the United Nations, Mr. Daj Hammarskjold, 
for the splendid work he has done in the Near East in bringing those nations together 
in a cease-fire agreement. We urge the United Nations, and our government, to give 
full support. 

We believe with Dr. Charles F. Boss, Jr., executive secretary of The Methodist 
Board of World Peace, that five chief objectives must be reached if disarmament is to 
I be genuine, universal and permanent. 

First: Man needs to develop and define universal, mutual goals which can be clearly 
recognized and agreed upon as those which men everywhere are striving to achieve. 

Second; The will, tlie determination to adhere to peaceful methods of effecting 
economic, social, and political change is the only way in which the values and goals, 
which man has defined as universal, can be reached. War will fail in achieving even 
these goals and the security and welfare of a militarily victorious nation. 

Third: Disarmament requires the establishment of mutual confidence between 
! nations, especially the large nations, and also practical technical steps for the mainten- 
lance of mutual confidence. Technical steps must be clearly defined, put into practice, 
jand supervised by international controls as to make them both acceptable and effective, 
i Fourth: We stress the fact that disarmament must be universal and complete. The 
'renunciation of armament races and of atomic and hydrogen bombs and all forms of 
jinternational war will require the application of the whole range of peaceful methods 
and techniques, for creatmg the conditions which support peace. 

Fifth: It is the function of the Church to work with God, the Creator and sustainer 
!Jof the universe and of society, in the achievement of a warless world, replaced by an 
international society which, by adherence to the peaceful solutions of difference and 
[disputes may enter, through the use of creative approach, into a progressively changing 
economic, social, and political order on a world scale. 

I We are thankful that both individual citizens and the government of our country 
Piave seen our responsibility in the field of economic and technical assistance to under- 
developed areas of the world. 



190 North Carolina Annual Conference 

We urge our government to channel its assistance through the United Nations 
International Technical Assistance Program, because when we give aid by ourselves 
some get the impression that we are trying to "buy" friends and allies, and the recipients 
of our aid tend to resent us. 

We commend the President of the United States for his stand in favor of foreign 
economic and technical aid, and a copy of this Report should be sent to him. 

We recommend: 

That the North Carolina Conference send a representative to the World Affairs 
Institute which will be held at Blue Ridge the latter part of July. Moreover, we request :, 
that such a representative confer with the sponsors of the above institute, and assure i 
them of our interest and willingness to co-operate in the cause of World Peace. ' 

We further recommend, 

That our Conference go on record as favoring a movement to strengthen the United i 
Nation into a form of world government, with limited, though adequate powers, to li 
make and enforce international laws. 

We believe that our ministry and our Methodist Church are instruments in the hands . 
of Almighty God to guide the world toward the goal of international good will. We 
have accepted the challenge, and to this end we will work and pray with inspired zeal, li 

L. A. Watts, Chairman 
J. Paul Edwards, Secretary 



Journal of Proceedings 191 

PART 4 
Other Committees and Conference Related Organizations 



THE NORTH CAROLINA CONFERENCE BROTHERHOOD 

Report No. 1 

C. F. Heath, President; C. S. Meekins, Lay Vice-President; L. L. Parrish, 
Ministerial Vice-President; H. Freo Surratt, Secretary-Treasurer. 

District Directors Assistants 

Burlington R. L. Nicks, Burlington B. E. Jordan, Saxapahaw 

Durham J. Paul Edwards, Carrboro R. L. Harris, Roxboro 

Elizabeth City J. E. Richardson, Edenton C. S. Meekins, Manteo 

Fayetteville H. G. Ruark, Laurinburg J. P. Gibbons, Hamlet 

Goldsboro W. D. Caviness, Wallace R. L. Rollins, Farmville 

New Bern J. M. Owen HI, Greenville J. D. Messick, Greenville 

Raleigh C. F. Hirschi, Benson H. L. Ridgeway, Raleigh 

Rocky Mount L. L. Parrish, Roanoke Rapids J. A. Glover, Nashville 

Wilmington J. T. Maides, Wilmington R. R. Rogers, Tabor City 

The Brotherhood is a group of Methodist ministers and lay people who want to 

express their sympathy to the bereaved widow of a Methodist preacher in a way that 

will be of real assistance when it is most needed. Instead of sending telegrams or 

'flowers, gifts of $1 bv superannuate ministers and lay people; $3 by pastor members 

; whose salary is under $3,000; $4, if the salary is from $3,000 to $4,000; and $5 if 

; above $4,000. This money is sent by the treasurer as soon as the death is reported to 

him, and the widow has the needed money to pay funeral expenses even before she 

receives any money from insurance. This is not an insurance company. It is a fellowship, 

.1 brotherhood. 

The membership is made up of 52 retired nu'nisters, 229 active ministers, and 229 
non-beneficiary members (lay members), a total membership of 510. This means that a 
widow and family will receive a sum of more than $1,200 upon the death of the husband 
.md father. We are happy to report that during this year we have added many new 
members, both ministers and laymen. 

Article 4 of the Constitution of the Brotherhood states: "Any minister of the North 
1 Carolina Conference on Trial or in Full Connection, or any Accepted Supply Pastor 
I doing supply work in the Conference, may become a Beneficiary Member of the Brother- 
hood by payment of an Initiation Fee of $1, and within 30 days from the date of 
entrance a Mortuary Assessment of $3, if salary is under $3,000; $4, if salary is from 
$3,000 to $4,000; and $5, if salary is $4,000 or above. The Mortuary Assessment on an> 
beneficiary member who becomes superannuated shall be $1 per call. Accepted Supply 
.Pastors who have served at least ten years and who cease to travel because of physical 
disability, or because there is no more work for them, may continue as beneficiary 
, members. Any person or organization may become a non-beneficiary member upon the 
■payment of $1 or more and the promise to pay the specified sum on the death of each 
beneficiary member thereafter." 

We sincerely urge all the ministers who are not members to take advantage of the 
opportunity to join the Brotherhood before the close of this Annual Conference. We 
believe all of you will want to share in our Brotherhood. Should all the Methodist 
preachers and at least 300 lay members join the Brotherhood, approximately $2,400 
would go to the widow and family of the deceased. 



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North Carolina Annual Conference 



Burlington District 

C. J. Andrews 
A. P. Brantley 
W. H. Brogan 
J. C. P. Brown 

D. A. Clarke 

E. R. Clegg 
John Cline 

E. G. Cowan, Sr. 
E. B. Fisher 
R. E. Garland 
J. W. Goodson 
H. L. Harris 
M. C. Henderson 
E. L. Hillman 
J. B. Hurley 
N. L. Jones 
G. C. Kinlaw 
M. W. Maness 
W. L. Maness 

C. H. Mercer 
McD. McLamb 
W. J. Neese 

R. Z. Newton 
J. H. Parrish 
W. T. Phipps 
W. S. Potter 

D. J. Reid 
W. A. lew 

W. J. Underwood 
T. J. Whitehead 
Durham District 
C. D. Barclift 
J. J. Boone 

C. R. Cahow 
J. C. Chaffin 

A. L. Chaplin 
J. M. Cline 

J. F. Coble 
K. F. Duvall 
J. P. Edwards 
W. G. Farrar 
R. N. Fitts 
H. I. Glass 
J. R. Hailey 
R. S. Harrison 

D. D. Holt 

J. W. Hoyle, Sr. 
H. E. Lance 
M. W. Lawrence 
T. W. Lee 
H. B. Lewis 

C. P. Morris 
H. E. Myers 
W. V. McRae 
W. B. Petteway 
H. B. Porter 

V. E. 0"een 
J. R. Regan, Jr. 
R. H. Sales 

D. M. Sharpe 

B. B. Slaughter 



Report No. 2 
BENEFICIARY MEMBERS 

J. L. Smith 
H. E. Spence 
A. L. Ihompson 
C. T. Thrift 
A. J. Walton 
W. G. Wegwart 
K. R. Wheeler 
Elizabeth City District 
J. A. Auman 
13. E. Bingham 
R. T. Commander 
W. H. Cheek 
J. R. Couchman 
Van T. Crawford 
G. W. Crutchfield 

F. J. Duplissey 
R. H. Eason 
M. O. Fletcher 
N. W. Grant 
W. B. Gregory 
C. W. Guthrie 

C. F. Heath 

0. K. Ingram 
Vassar Jones 
R. N. Knight 

1. H. Lanning 

D. E. Meadows 

E. R. Meekins 

W. H. Montgomery 

P. M. Porter 

J. E. Richardson 

I. S. Richmond 

K. W. Taylor 

A. L. G. Stephenson 

Fayetteville District 

H. R. Ashmore 

R. L. Bame 

R. S. Barefield 

K. E. Beane 

C. S. Boggs 
J. K. Bostick 
W. H. Brady 
W. H. Brown 

A. D. Byrd, Jr. 

D. W. Charlton 
H. G. Cuthrell 
R. I. Epps 

G. S. Eubanks 
H. C. Ewing 

F. O. Fitzgerald 
R. K. Glover 

L. M. Hall 
H. L. Hale 
J. W. Hamilton 
H. L. Harrell 
C. B. Harris 
O. L. Hathaway 
W. E. Howard 

B. T. Hurley 
Daniel Lane 
L. C. Larkin 
A. C. Lee 



C. B. Long 
G. U. Megill 
J. H. Miller 
C. G. McCarver 
G. R. McKenzie 

A. L. Reynolds 
H. L. Rogers 
H. G. Ruark 
W. E. Smith 
W. R. Stevens 
G. H. Tyson 
W. N. Vaughan 
M. W. Warren 
R. E. Walston 
L. A. Watts 
Goldsboro District 

C. H. Beale 
W. C. Benson 

B. F. Boone 

D. C. Boone 
W. D. Caviness 
Leon Couch 
W. R. Crowder 
M. E. Cunningham 
J. W. Dimmette 

D. E. Earnliardt 

E. B. Edwards 
W. M. Ellis 

D. L. Fonts 
W. J. Freeman 
M. R. Gardner 
W. H. Kirby 

A. S. Lancaster 
S. E. Landers 
R. H. Lewis 

E. C. Maness 
E. H. Measamer 
J. H. Miller, Jr. 
A. F. McClung 
H. M. McLamb 

C. G. Nickens 

D. A. Petty 
H. F. Pollock 
I. T. Poole 

T. R. Regan, Sr. 
C. T. Rogers 

E. H. Smotherman 
G. B. Starling 

H. F. Surratt 
J. A. Tharpe 
L. A. Tilley 
Tommy Tyson 
L. C. Vereen 
J. G. White 
E. E. Whitlev 
L. T. Wilson 
New Bern District 
W. N. Bass 
L. C. Bissette 
H. H. Cash 
W. B. Cotton 
J. D. Cranford 



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193 



t\. L. Crossno 

E. W. Downum 

b. M. Fogleman, Jr. 

p. M. Gradeless 

J. F. Herbert 

R. L. Hethcox 

'l\. P. Hill, Jr. 

\V. M. Howard, Jr. 

|A. J. Hobbs 

T. R. Jenkins 

C A. Johnson 

H. K. King 

i\\'. G. Lowe 

S. S. Moore 

i. M. Owen HI 

B. B. Pate 

}. A. Russell 

i. R. Shuller 

■\I. O. Stephenson 

!. H. Waldrop, Jr. 

;. D. Young 

Raleigh District 

\. S. Barnes 

1. B. Baum 

1. A. Bizzell, Jr. 

;. W. Blount 

i. G. Boone 

. W. Bradley 

\'. A. Cade 

A . L. Clegg 

r. A. Collins 

A'. A. Crow 

{. C;. Dawson 

I. D. Dodd 

'. C. Durham 

:.][. Dunn 

\. G. L. Edwards 

\ . G. Farrar 

y. C. Feltman 

'. W. Goldston 

:. M. Hall 
t'. Harmon 

■. D. Hedden 

'. F. Hirschi 

". H. House 



M. L. Husted 
H. M. Jamieson 
H. C. Jones 
J. W. Lineberger 
H. F. Leatherman 
J. O. Long 

F. S. Love 
W. L. Loy 
W. C. Martin 

B. O. Merritt 
R. E. L. Moser 

C. S. McCoy 

W. N. McDonald 
R. L. Nicks 
J. K. Ormond 
j. W. Page 
A. S. Parker 
Brooks Patten 
I. R. Poe 
C. W. Robbins 
J. E. Sponenberg 
L J. Strawbridge 
A. G. Tyson 

G. H. Whicker 
W. D. Wise 

Rocky Mount District 
W. C. Ball 
C. W. Barbae 
R. W. Bradshaw 
R. S. Brodie 
L. C. Brothers 

A. E. Brown 

W. S. Davenport 
W. F. Elliott 
J. W. Frank 
W. N. Fulford 
J. T. Greene 
"N. B. Hill, Jr. 
L. P. Jackson 
R. L. Jerome 
P. R. Maness 
C. H. Mewborn 
C. M. Mitchell 

B. F. Musser 



CD. Nelson 
R. C. Mooney, Jr. 
P. F. Newton 
L. L. Parrish 
R. W. Pritchard 
A. C. Regan 
Leon Russell 
M. Y. Self 

F. E. Still 
J. T. Smith 
j. D. Stott 

D. D. Traynham 
K. J. Wilson, Jr. 
W. C. Wilson 

C. P. Womack 
C. W. Wooten 
C. K. Wright 
Wilmington District 
M. R. Chambers 
H. L. Davis 
M. C. Dunn 
J. V. Early 
J. E. Garlington 
L. D. Hayman 
T. B. Hough 

G. L. Kinley 
J. T. Maides 
J. F. Minnis 
R. F. McKee 
S. J. Starnes 

N. B. Strickland 
W. M. Wells, Jr. 
J. K. Worthington 
Other Conferences 
A. R. Bell 
]. E. Carter 
M. C. Ellerbe 

E. C. Few 

O. L. Harwick 

O. N. Hutchinson, Jr. 

W. F. Keeler 

F. W. Paschall 
N. G. Preston, Jr. 
J. D. Robinson 



Report No. 3 
NON-BENEFICIARY MEMBERS 



Jurlington District 

iroadway: W.S.C.S. 
Jraham: C. A. Gates 
lebane: CM. Ray 
anford: W. L. Simmons 
laxapahaw: B. E. Jordan 
(iiler Citv: C A. Shelton 
■ W.S.C.S. 
)urham District 
:hapel Hill: H. R. Totten 
Durham: Duke Memorial Church 

A. H. Best 

C. E. Jordan 
iHand: Robert Nichols 
)xford: Salem Cburch School 

Shady Grove Church School 



Roxboro: Long Memorial Church 

R. L. Harris 

J. A. Long, Jr. 

Dr. J. D. Winstead 
Elizabeth City District 
Bath: Asbury Church School 
Bethanv: W.S.C.S. 
Blanch: Mrs. W. T. Long 
Currituck: Mt. Zion Church School 
Elizabeth Citv: City Road Church School 

City Road Wesley Bible School 

H. C Forman 

R. E. Forman 

F. M. Harris 

A. G. Small 

Carl Saunders 



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Dan E. Williams 
Fairfield: W.S.C.S. 

Mrs. P. E. Swindell 
Gates Zone: Gatesville W.S.C.S. 

Kittrell W.S.C.S. 

Parker W.S.C.S 

Philadelphia W.S.C.S. 

Savage W.S.C.S. 
Hatteras: W.S.C.S. 
Hertford: W.S.C.S. 

J. H. Towe 
Kitty Hawk: W.S.C.S. 
xManteo: W.S.C.S. 

Daughters' of Wesley 

G. H. Creef 
Murfreesbroo: W.S.C.S. 
Plymouth: W.S.C.S. 
Roper: W.S.C.S. 

Mackeys W.S.C.S. 

Pleasant Grove W.S.C.S. 
Wanchese: Adult Men's Class 

Ladies Bible Class 

Mrs. William's Class 

Wilbur Austin 

C. S. Meekins 

Mrs. C. S. Meekins 
Winton: W.S.C.S. 

I. P. Davis 
Union: W.S.C.S. 
Fayetteville District 
Aberdeen: R. R. Tulloch 
Ellerbe: Men's Bible Class 
Hamlet: J. P. Gibbons 
Parkton: Marvin Church 
Red Springs: Men's Bible Class 

Dr. W. L. McRae 
Rockingham: W. H. Entwistle 

L. C. Mashe 
Rowland: Mrs. J. McN. Smith 

J. W. Ward, Jr. 
New Bern District 
Ayden: W.S.C.S. 

Dr. W. T. Frizzelle 
Greenville: Jarvis Memorial Church 
Ficklin Authur 
Ed. Batchelor 

A. R. Barrett 
J. H. Blount 
M. K. Blount 
James Brewer 
Dr. F. P. Brooks 
J. W. Brown 

L. E. Brown 

Dr. W. M. B. Brown 

Wyatt Brown 

J. A. Bunting 

K. W. Cobb 

D. H. Conley 

B. B. Drum 

Miss Eloise Ellington 

P. L. Goodsen 

H. R. Gray 

Dr. Herbert Hadlev 

J. M. Hadley 

Dr. M. P. Hoot 



Dr. W. W. Howard 
Dr. C. F. Irons 
Miss Addie Johnson 

A. R. Johnson 

B. D. Johnson 
J. B. Kittrell 
J. C. Lanier 

Dr. M. B. Massey 

W. P. Moore 

Reynolds May 

Dr. J. D. Messick 

N. G. Naynor 

Godfrey Oakley 

H. L. Ormond 

J. W. Overton 

Dr. K. B. Pace 

R. E. Rogers 

J. H. Rose 

J. W. H. Roberts 

R. W. Stark 

H. F. Steinbeck 

H. C. Suggs 

E. H. Taft 

Joe Taft 

W. H. Taft 

R. F. Thompson 

A. L. Tucker 

S. B. Underwood, Jr. 

Ollie Van Northwick, Jr. 

J. C. Waldrop 

J. H. Waldrop 

Mrs. J. H. Waldrop 

S. T. White 

E. L. Willard 

E. H. Williford 

T. E. Wilson 

Hugh Winslow 

J. E. Winslow 

Dr. y. L. Winstead 

W.S.C.S. 
Grifton: W. C. Chauncey 

W.S.C.S. 
New Bern: Centenarv Church 

W. C. Chadwick 
Newport. W. V. Garner 
Goldsboro District 
Goldsboro: Miss Hattie Dewey 
Farmville: Farmville Church 
H. N. Howard 
Irvine Morgan, Jr. 
R. L. Rolhns 
Kenly: Kenlv Charge 
Mount Olive: Calypso W.S.C.S. 

Wesley Bible Class 
Princeton: W.S.C.S. 
Seven Springs: H. C. Dale 
Stantonsburg: J. W. Applewhite 
W. H. Applewhite 
Stantonsburg Church 
W. L. Shelton 
S. N. Tyson 
Raleigli District 
Benson: Men's Bible Class 
W.S.C.S. 
Mrs. Ralph Medlin 



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Durtn: N. M. Johnson 

W. J. Thompson 

H. W. Prince 
' Erwin: Class Number 10 

Mrs. VV. P. Holt, Jr. 
F"ranklinton: Men's Bible Class 
FH:enderson: M. Y. Cooper 

H. A. Dennis 

M. F. Legg 

T. W. McCracken 
Louisbiirg: M. C. Murphy 
Middleburg: Cokesbury Church 



Cokesbury W.S.C.S. 
' Middleburg W.S.C.S. 
' Shocco Church 

Tabernacle Church 

Tabernacle W.S.C.S. 
Xorlina: Jerusalem Church 

Norlina Church 

Zion Church 
.Raleigh: D. S. Willis 

Walter Anderson 
, H. L. Ridgeway 

Miss Juanita Stott 

Haves Barton W.S.C.S. 

Dr. R. J. Ruark 

Trinity W.S.C.S. 
Warrenton: Church 
Piocky Mount District 
Aulander: W. S. C. S. 

W. A. Tayloe 
■Battleboro: Church 
iBetheb. Church 
- W. J. Smith 
Conway: Convvav Church 

Weslev Bible 'Class 
tElm City: W.S.C.S. 
Enfield: Church 
iHalifax Charge 



Littleton: Charge 

Men's Bible Class 
Garysburg: Spring Church 
McTverie Church 
Nashville: Churcli 
Pinetops: Charge 
Rich Square: Church 

J. G. Madry 

W.S.C.S. 

Woodland W.S.C.S. 
Roanoke Rapids: Church 

W. A. China 

Rosemary Church 
Rocky Mount: Clark Street Qiurch 

First Church 

Ray Bandy 

R. D. Gorham 

St. Paul Church 
Scotland Neck: W.S.C.S. 
Seaboard: Charge 
Spring Hope: Gibson Memorial Church 

Stanhope Church 
Tarboro: Church 
Weldon: Church 

Dr. W. G. Suiter 
Williamston: H. L. Swain 
Windsor: W.S.C.S. 
Wilson: First Church 
Whitakers: Church 

Mrs. J. H. Cutchin 
Wilmington District 
Chadbourn: W.S.C.S. 

Fairmont: Charge 
Tabor City: R. R. Rogers 

E. C. Sanders 

Mrs. E. C. Sanders 

W.S.C.S. 
Other Conference 

Dr. H. C. Sprinkle 



Report No. 4 

ANALYSIS OF RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS OF CALLS 

JUNE 20, 1955 TO JUNE 20, 1956 





Beneficiaries 


Non-Benef. 


Total 


Payment 


133 to 140 


$ 


$ 8.00 


$ 8.00 


$ 


141 Mrs. L. E. Sawyer 


5.00 


2.00 


7.00 


13.50 


142 Mrs. W. A. Stanbury 


8.00 


2.00 


10.00 


13.50 


143 Mrs. M. T. Plyler heirs 


8.00 


2.00 


10.00 


13.50 


144 Mrs. L. H. Joyner 


10.00 


2.00 


12.00 


13.50 


145 Mrs. J. M. Ormond 


16.00 


2.00 


18.00 


13.50 


■146 Mrs. O. C. Haas 


16.00 


2.00 


18.00 


13.50 


147 F. A. Lupton 


17.00 


4.00 


21.00 


13.50 


148 Mrs. S. E. Mercer 


36.00 


10.00 


46.00 


65.00 


149 Mrs. J. T. Draper 


108.00 


10.00 


118.00 


65.00 


150 Mrs. O. W. Dowd 


238.00 


34.75 


272.75 


1,295.00 


151 Mrs. J. W. Smith 


1,037.00 


270.50 


1,309.50 


1,295.00 


152 Mrs. H. C. Smith 


1,028.00 


271.50 


1,299.50 


1,295.00 


153 Mrs. J. M. Jolliff 


991.00 


252.50 


1,243.50 


1,295.00 


154 Mrs. E. L. Hill 


871.00 


227.50 


1,098.50 


1,295.00 


155 


881.00 


224.50 


1,105.50 




156 


11.00 


14.00 


25.00 




157 


2.00 


7.00 


9.00 





196 North Carolina Annual Conference 

158 3.00 3.00 

159 to 161 5.00 5.00 



$5,283.00 $1,354.25 $6,637.25 $6,699.50 

H. Freo Surratt, Secretary-Treasurer 
N. C. Conference Brotherhood 

Report No. 5 

STATEMENT OF CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 

JUNE 20, 1955 TO JUNE 20, 1956 

Cash balance, June 20, 1955 $2,103.48 

Receipts 

Calls $6,657.25 

Initiation Fees 35.00 

Dividends (Building and Loan Stocks) 6.00 

For Aiding Others 68.50 $6,766.75 



Disbursements 

Payments to Beneficiaries $6,699.50 

Postage, Stationery and Printing 80.05 

Treasurer's Calls Paid 20.00 

Refunds and Bank Exchange 78.50 



5,870.23 ' 



$6,878.05 
Balance on Deposit, June 20, 1956 1,982.18 $8,870.23 



Reconciliation of Account with Peoples Bank and Trust Company 
June 20, 1956 

Balance per Bank Statement $3,282.1 

Less the following checks: 

Number 98 $ 200.00 

Number 99 200.00 

Number 100 200.00 

Number 103 95.00 

Number 104 95.00 

Number 105 95.00 

Number 106 95.00 

Number 107 95.00 

Number 108 65.00 

Number 109 65.00 

Number 110 13.50 

Number 111 13.50 

Number 112 13.50 

Number 113 13.50 

Number 114 13.50 

Number 115 13.50 

Number 116 13.50 $1,299.51 

$1,983.1' 

H. Freo Surratt, Secretary-Treasurer 
N. C. Conference Brotherhood 



Journal of Proceedings 197 

BOARD OF COLLEGE VISITORS 

ANNUAL REPORT 

June 25, 1956 

During the year the Board has visited Greensboro, High Point, and Louisburg Col- 
leges; and, at the request of the president of PfeiflFer College, has also included that 
ischool in its itinerary. 

At each of these institutions we find many evidences of progress in terms of improved 
'physical plant, rising enrollment, and good spirit among faculty and students. In its 
development into a four-year college Pfeiffer seems to be following a well conceived 
and soundly supported plan. At each of the institutions there is continuing need for 
improved and expanded physical facilities. We mention especially the need for a gym- 
'fiasium at Greensboro College to make possible an adequate program of physical edu- 
cation; and a chapel at Louisburg to serve as a center of student religious life. 
[ As the Church undertakes necessary expansion of its facilities for higher education, 
iwe believe that two cautions should be carefully observed: 

First, to safeguard the stability and effectiveness of established institutions. 
! Second, since the distinctive contribution of the Church to higher education is in 
l^he realm of quality, to preserve a high standard in both academic training and spiritual 
life. 

! We recommend that the Board of College Visitors be continued as a part of the 
'•onference organization for the quadrennium now opening; and that during this period 
here be consultation with the Western North Carolina Conference with a view to 
rrowing co-operation between the two conferences in providing for the discharge of 
luties entrusted to this Board. 

Henry G. Ruark, Chairman 
Mrs. L. M. Hall, Secretary 



DUKE ENDOWMENT REPORT 1955-56 

The following is a statement of the acti\ities of the Duke Endowment in the two 
Jethodist Conferences of North Carolina for the Conference Year 1955-56. 

Church Building Aid 

i^umber of Requests for Approval of Plans and Financial Aid 200 

>fumber of Requests Investigated 79 

[sfumber of Requests Approved 43 

I North Carolina Conference 21 

' Western North Carolina Conference 22 

Total 43 

4umber of Churches Deferred 

iimount Appropriated for Building Aid 1955-56 $100,450.00 

Church Maintenance Fund 

^miount of Fund Used for Mission Aid $ 31,700.00 

[lumber of Mission Charges Aided 48 

J North Carolina Conference 23 

I Western Notth Carolina Conference 25 

Total 48 

.mount of Fund Used for Assistant Pastors $ 53,300.00 

ijliunber of Charges Aided by Assistant Pastors 80 

f North Carolina Conference 36 

' Western North Carolina Conference 44 

Total . . . 1 80 

moimt Appropriated for Church Maintenance 1955-56 $ 85.000.00 



198 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Superannuate Fund 

Total Persons Aided in both Conferences up to 1955 780 

North CaroHna Conference 309 

Western North Carohna Conference 471 

Total 780 j 

Persons Aided 1955 Conference Sessions 23 ij 

North Carolina Conference 3 ; 

Western North Carolina Conference 20 

Total 23 I 

Total Persons Aided up to present 803 .i 

Amount Appropriated for Superannuate Fund 1955-56 $ 48,000.00 ij 

Total Duke Endowment Aid 1955-56 

For Church Building $100,450.00 i 

For Church Maintenance $ 85,000.00 l' 

For Superannuate Fund $ 48,000.00 / 

GRAND TOTAL $233,450.00 ,{ 

A. J. Walton ' 



HISTORICAL SOCIETY 

Minutes, 1955-56 Aimual Meeting 

The sixty-second annual session of the Historical Society of the North Carolina 
Conference of The Methodist Church was held in Hay Street Methodist Church, Fay- 
etteville, Thursday, June 30, 1955, with the Reverend O. L. Hathaway, president, 
presiding. 

The anniversary address, "A Look At Eastern North Carolina Methodism," was given 
by Bishop W. W. Peele. This address was very informative and inspii-ing and, by vote 
of the Conference, was published in the 1955 Conference Journal. 

The Reverend Paul Carruth was advanced from first vice-president to president; 
the Reverend R. E. Walston was advanced from second vice-president to first vice- 
president; the Reverend H. S. Winberry was advanced from third vice-president to 
second vice-president; and the Reverend Dwight L. Fonts was elected third vice- 
president. The Reverend C. D. Barclift was elected secretary. 

The literary project of Professor B. G. Childs in writing a brief history of Methodism 
in North Carolina and an annotation of those parts of "Asbury's Journal" that relate to 
his travels and labors in this state was endorsed by the Conference. 

Respectfully submitted, 
CD. Barclift, Secretary 
N. C. Conference Historical Society 

Nomination of Officers 

The Reverend Leon Russell is nominated for third vice-president: and the Reverend 
C. D. Barclift, secretary. 

Recommendations 

The attention of the Conference is called to Paragraph 661 in the 1952 Discipline 
which is as follows: 

"In each Annual Conference there shall be a Historical Society, to be 
appointed or elected in whatever manner tlie conference may decide, 
whose duties it shall be to preserve the records of the conference, gather all 
data referring to its organization, its past history, its former members, and 
to collect all data of interest from elderly persons and to preserve these 
for future generations, together with a record of current items of import- 
ance, and to keep before the minds of our people the glorious deeds of the 
heroes of the past." 

In keeping with the Discipline requirement, listed above, we recommend that each 
church give diligent attention to the matter of collecting and keeping in some permanent! 



, Journal of Proceedings 199 

kle items of historical significance and related pertinent data to its history and growth, 
fhe Methodist Church is rich in its historical heritage, and it is also achieving worthily 
iow. However, we are often times neglectful in recording these deeds as they transpire. 
The record of the Methodist Church is but the composite record of achievements of 
ach individual church. Let us be more faithful in preserving these records. It is further 
ecommended that the Committee on Records and History, whose duties are set forth 
;n Paragraph 145, Section HI, 1952 Discipline, be organized in each church, and faith- 
jully perform the duties thereof. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Paul Carruth, President 

N. C. Conference Historical Society 



THE METHODIST COLLEGE FOUNDATION OF 
NORTH CAROLINA, INC. 



|| There is a Methodist College in North Carolina to meet the needs, both intellectual 

'pd spiritual, of every Methodist boy or girl. No other denomination is so fortunate 

1 what it has to offer young people in the field of Christian higher education. From the 

unior College level to the great University, our colleges are surpassed by none and 

ijperior to many. 

The colleges that make up the Foundation are owned and operated and supported 
y the North Carolina and the Western North Carolina Conferences. These are Brevard, 
)uke, Greensboro, High Point and Louisburg. All these colleges are accredited by the 
^gional accrediting agency and by the University Senate of the Methodist Church, 
'hey stand for the most excellent in spiritual and intellectual achievement. Their faculties 
ire among the best. They are committed to the proposition that to train the mind only 
, not enough — motives must be trained as well. Your Christian colleges are the only 
)iucational institutions that put the Christian religion and ethic at the center of the 
iucational process. They offer the only kind of higher education that is concerned 
Jrimarily about what the church exists for. They teach the Bible as the "word of God," 
,id are committed to the fundamental belief that all human life is sacred and that it 
'lould be guided into its most creative possibilities. 

' These are your colleges. You should know that in these colleges the Methodists of 
'orth Carolina have an investment of more than fifty million dollars in property value. 
!i addition are the endowments that run into the millions. More than 8,000 students 
[e enrolled annually. 

' During the next four years the Methodists of North Carolina will be working together 
f make these colleges stronger and more effective in the instilling, deepening, and 
iaking more vital the insights and faith of our young people who enroll there. Let us 
[•ay and work and give "For Youth and The Kingdom." Remember this: To strengthen 
\e colleges is to strengthen the church! The most that we can do for our colleges is 
ie least tee should do! 

D. D. Holt, Executive Director 



METHODIST MINISTERS CREDIT UNION 

Incorporated under North Carolina law in 1938, the Credit Union is administered 
ider the supervision of the state Superintendent of Credit Unions; and its books are 
•idited by state auditors. 

All members in full connection of the North Carolina Conference are eligible to 
in the Credit Union. Accounts of married members are considered joint accounts. 

OW MAY ONE BECOME A MEMBER? 

1. Pay Entrance Fee of twenty-five cents. 

2. Invest five dollars ($5.00) or more. 

HERE? At the Credit Union Desk in the Book Room. 

hy? material advantages 

I 1. The Credit Union provides safe investment for your savings — large or small. 

I 2, In recent years the Credit Union has paid a dividend of 2% per cent each year. 

fie amount of the dividend has been added to the accounts of members. The largest 

Wdend paid last year was $12.00. 

j 3. Each member's life is insured in the amount of his savings. Insurance premiums 

:« paid by the Credit Union. 



200 North Carolina Annual Conference 

4. The Credit Union provides a place where members may borrow small amounts. 
The limit on the size of loans can be raised as more money is invested. Each borrower's 
life is insured in the amount of the unpaid balance on his loan. 
WHY? SPIRITUAL ADVANTAGES 

1. Your savings are an in\'estment in brotherhood. The Credit Union has made 63 
loans, totaling $6,121.24. These loans have helped members to pay car repair bills, hos- 
pital bills, and funeral expenses. They have helped members to buy cars, electrical 
appliances, books, and other eciuipment needed by the minister. Your investment in the 
Credit Union is a helping hand to your brother in need. 

2. Your savings add to your family's sense of security. The life insurance feature 
above means that if a member dies, his widow or estate receives the amount invested 
in the Credit Union plus an ec^ual amount from insurance. Joint accounts for married 
members make it possible for the widow to collect these amounts without waiting for 
settlement of the estate. If a borrower dies before repaying liis loan, the insurance 
company pavs the unpaid balance; and the widow does not have to worry about that 
debt. 

C. M. Mitchell, President 

R. E. Walston, Secretary-T reasurer 

REPORT OF THE METHODIST BOARD OF PUBLICATION, INC. 

In this centennial year we are glad to report that subscriptions to the North Carolina 
Christian Advocate have maintained the level set last year with an average of moru 
than 30,000 copies going into Methodists homes in this state. For the first eight months 
of this year the income from subscriptions has amounted to $41,268.59; job work, 
$61,048.37 other income, $4,395.32; total, $106,712.08. 

The editor, the Re\'. R. P. Marshall, has traveled more than 18,000 miles on Advocate 
business since coming to North Carolina last August and has spoken more than 130 
times in 120 different churches. 

We call attention to the fact, that with the loss of the Christian Advocate (Chicago) 
as a general news-magazine, ministers and laity will be left without any source of church 
news and promotional material except for a very small amount which will appear in 
the two new monthly publications. This means that the North Carolina Christian Advo- 
cate will be needed all the more during the coming years, and must expand its news 
coverage to take care of church-wide interests. To do this, we must have the co-operation 
of all the pastors and official boards in an increased effort to secure subscriptions. We 
believe that they will do their best, as they have done in the past. 

In order to meet the challenge of the future, we recommend that the endowment 
campaign begun some years ago be continued until the original goal of $100,000 be 
reached. The endowment totals $55,000. We ask that this campaign be called to the 
attention of the churches. 

The term of A. T. Hobbs expires with the present conference year, and the Board 
recommends his re-election for another five year term by the North Carolina Conference. 

T. C. HoYLE, Secretary 



METHODIST STUDENT CENTER 

Report No. 1 

The program of the Methochst Student Center at East Carolina College has been 
carried on under the Program Emphases of the Methodist Student Movement, recogniz- 
ing that the Wesley Foundation is the program of The Methodist Church on the state- 
owned campus. Our students are encouraged to find a "church home" in one of the 
Methodist churches in the city and a "Home away from home" in the Methodist Student 
Center. The Director co-operates with both churches and the pastors support the Weslc; 
Foundation, giving of their interest and time to meet the needs of our students. 

The specific aim of the year's program: To help our students make their religion real 
and to give serious consideration to full-time Christian service through The Methodist 
Church. Two retreats were held, one in the spring and one in the fall to evaluate tin' 
program, prepare members of the WF Council for Christian leadership on the campus 
arid to set up the program for the year. Weekly meetings of the WF Council were held 
throughout the year. 

"Making Religion Real" was the theme for Sunday vespers, held at the Student 
Center under the leadership of our pastors, out-of-town visitors, and cliurch leaders. 
The Ten Commandments and the Twenty-third Psalm were chosen for study at student- 



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led weekly vespers on Monday and Wednesday. Members of the WF Couneil and a 

group of sophomores and freshmen met at 7:00 a.m. on Wednesday and ThurSay 

every week for nieditation and prayer under the leadership of the Director ^ 

,hr.tz, f^*^, Chapter held bi-monthly meetings throughout the yearj presented a 

three-act play during the Advent season; dramatic services of worship in both churches 

of tiie city and at the \1SM Conference for District No. 1; assisted (and directed) MYF 

tl'^fnr^uri P ''''!■ ''■' P^^-^^"^i"g ^^ dramatic program for Youth Activities Week 
and for a subdistrict meetmg. 

Conference for North Carolina MSM District No. 1 was entertained at Jarvis Mem- 
orial Church. This conference was inter-racial; Negro delegates were entertained in 
the home of the local M-E. Church, Zion. The banquet and LeakfastSunda; morning 
Service '" ^^""^^''^hiP Hall of Jarvis Memorial by the Woman's Society of Christian 

Representative students with the Director attended the State and Regional MSM con- 
krences, and state recreation weekend. 

The call to full-time Christian Service was presented throughout the year by two 
taer students now studying at Scarritt College for Christian Workers; a Methodist 
hv f fi U ' l^ PHil.pp.ne Islands studying in the U. S. on a Crusade scholarship; 
by a field worker from the personnel department of the Board of Missions, who spent 
several days at he Student Center, spoke at vesper and on campus, and held individual 

I w R r""'^ ^'^^ i^Vj^'^''*'-, ^"^ outstanding event of fall quarter was the visit of Mrs. 
\y. B. Landrum, field worker of the Woman's Division of Christian Service, who spoke 

I at Sunday vesper to a capacity audience of students at the Student Center 
in r.crf) V "Vf ^'^"^"^^ ''''' ^^""^'i^g '" tli^ program of the Church this summer: two 
HI regular \outli Caravan; one in Drama Caraxan; one in the Rio Grande Valley Work 
< mZ;inr?.;''r '""" n°' i" ' Cluldren's Camp under the Goodwill Industries; three as 

Inrnarf.? t1 '"'" P""-^/"^'- Others are serving in their home churches in the summer 
K nt . f^rrr''"^ ?^"^' ^^^c'^^^' F"""dation has work for the summer in the 

• Departmen of Public Relations at Scarritt College. One of our former students, active 
n die Wesley Foundation at ECC, was awarded the M.A. degree from Scarritt College 
m May and has accepted a position in the North Carolina Conference as Director of 
Colle e" "^''**'°" '" '' '°^'^^ church. Two others are continuing their study at Scanitt 

w.^r?/^^*'TA. ^"'- ^' ""l^'h C^'"P ^21.87; Fellow-College (Ewha Univ.) $20.00; 
E Tn^M"^ nnnrf r f^^^^^-^^^^" ^lOOO^ ^^COR (Korea) $15.00; MSFF (Studen 
Work India) $100.00; Negro student at Clark College $35.00— TOTAL $201.87. 

Enrollment at East Carolina College for the year: 

Fall Quarter 9 q^n 

Winter Quarter ...::;.. .' I'SM 

Spring Quarter . . . 2693 

Methodist Enrollment ' q^q 

(as well as we could get from the College) 

Freshmen " 324 

Upper Classmen ooq 

1 Freshmen Reached 139 

I Freshmen Active '_][[ 79 

I Upper Classmen Reached '''"'''''' 113 

Upper Classmen Active ''''''',. 80 

Contact was made with all students whose names and addresses we were able to 
(;otain— through visits, letters, invitations and regular announcements of the WF 
J)rograni. 

400 copies of POWER given by Jarvis Memorial Church were distributed in the dorms 

folders outlining the WF program, the student bulletin— THE WESLEYJ— and 
find made available for town students. 

401 students made a total of 5,729 visits to the Student Center. 241 of these Meth- 
naist. total student attendance in Sunday School— both churches 194. Student visitors 
an Sunday School from ECC 75— other colleges 9— total 84. 

The Director has had 667 personal conferences with students. Assisted 5 students 
n obtaining loans through the Methodist Student Loan Fund. 

tive young men and one young woman rented rooms at the Student Center and 

w 1 * ^ Christian home life was offered them. 

We look forward to the coming year with a deep sense of responsibility in the face 
)r tne opportunity presented by the increasing enrollment at East Carolina College and 



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the further expansion of the college program. We rejoice over the prospect for a new 
and adequate building to be used as a Student Center and we are making plans to meet 
the needs of our students during the transition period. We go forward in faith under 
the guidance of God. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mamiej Chandler, Director 

Report No. 2 

TREASURER'S REPORT 

June 1, 1955 to June 1, 1956 ^ 

Receipts 

Balance in Bank June 1, 1955 $2,711.39 

Received from Jarvis Memorial Church 500.00 

Received from N. C. Conference 

(Real Estate Payment & Maintenance) 1,080.00 

Received from W.S.C.S. & W.S.G. N. C. Conference 1,703.50 

Received from Board of Education 500.00 

Received from Board of Missions 300.00 

Received from Room Rent 662.50 

Received from Refund on Telephone 81.38 

Received from Other Conferences 20.00 

Total Receipts $7,558.77 ijij 

Reserve Fund: 

Deposit in First Federal Savings $ 808.27 

Expenditures 

Maintenance: 

Salary supplement for director $ 500.00 

Payment on Property plus interest 1,017.92 

Repairs to House 45.69 

House furnishings 201.44 

Maid, Laundry & Telephone 783.64 

Heat, Water & Light 695.70 

Secretary Help 94.00 

Miscellaneous 296.74 

Total spent for Maintenance $3,635.13 

Promotion of Work: 

Student Conference and Retreats $ 317.81 

Social Fellowship 714.64 

Supplies for Center 292.53 

Total Spent for Promotion $1,324.98 

Total Spent for Year $4,960.11 

Balance in Bank June 1, 1956 $2,598 

Mrs. W. H. Taft, Treasurer 
Checked by: J. H. Waldrop 



THE NORTH CAROLINA PASTORS' SCHOOL AND CHRISTIAN 
CONVOCATION 

Another successful Pastors' School and Christian Convocation was held on the cam- 
pus of Duke University, Durham, during the period June 5-8, 1956, with 460 persons 
in attendance. The advance preparations were handled by the Board of Managers and 
the Convocation Committee of the Duke Divinity School, Dean James Cannon, chair- 
man. Helpful assistance was provided by Dr. J. Richard Spann, director of the Depart- 
ment of In-Service Training of the General Board of Education. 

The featured lecturer was Dr. John Knox, Baldwin Professor of Sacred Literature.ji 
Union Theological Seminary, New York City, who delivered the seventh series of JamesI I 



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A.. Gray Lectures speaking daily in Page Auditorium on the general subject, "The 
[ntegrity of Preaching." These lectures will be published at a later date. 
I Each night in Duke Chapel sermons were brought by Dr. Robert Bruce Pierce, 
ninister of Broadway Methodist Church, Indianapolis, Indiana. His themes were: 
'Tourists of the Common Way," "Crosses are in Style," and "Sane Living in an Insane 
kVorld." Dr. Pierce also directed the "Workshop on Preaching." 

The daily schedule was changed from the pattern of previous years to provide two 
)ther series of lectures in Page Auditorium. These were brought by Dr. James W. 
Tenley, minister of West End Methodist Church, Nashville, Tennessee, on the subject 
Tarisii Administration" and Dr. Gerald O. McCulloch, director of the Department of 
Theological Schools of the Methodist General Board of Education, whose subject was 
'The Pulpit Ministry and Christian Doctrine." 

The afternoons were spent in workshops in the following areas: 
' 1. "Alcohol Study" led by Dr. Caradine R. Hooton, Executive Secretary of the 
General Board of Temperance, Washington, D. C. 

I 2. "Youth Work" directed by Dr. Joseph W. Bell, a staff member of the Department 
if Youth Work of the General Board of Education. 

3. "The Vacation Church School" led by Mrs. W. R. Reed of Salisbury. 

4. "Preaching" led by Dr. Robert B. Pierce. 

• The Convocation Communion service was led by Bishop W. W. Peele, of Laurinburg, 
N'orth Carolina, assisted by the Reverend Clyde Dunn, the Reverend D. M. Sharp, the 
ileverend B. B. Slaughter, and the Reverend Kermit Wheeler. 

Each morning at 8:15 in Page Auditorium a period of hymn singing was led by the 
;leverend E. K. McLarty, Jr., minister of First Methodist Church, Salisbury. 
! On Wednesday of Convocation week the Divinity School Alumni Association held a 
jncheon with some two hundred persons attending. The Reverend R. W. McCulley of 
he class of '38 and president of the association, acted as toastmaster. An address was 
.elivered by Dr. James W. Henley, whose son, James W. Henley, Jr., is now a student 
1 the Divinity School. New officers were elected as follows: president — the Reverend 
yarren Petteway of the class of '46; vice president — ^Dr. A. Pumell Bailey of the class 
;f '36; secretary-treasurer — the Reverend Russell Montford of the class of '53. 
' At the end of the school Dr. James Cannon announced that the James A. Gray Lec- 
ires for 1957 will be delivered by Bishop Gerald Kennedy of Los Angeles, California. 

Wilson O. Weldon, President, Board of Managers 
A. J. HoBBs, Vice-President 
Edgar B. Fisher, Secretary 
W. A. Kale, Manager 



TATEMENT OF THE J. M. ORMOND FUND FOR THE TRAINING 
OF MINISTERS FOR THE RURAL CHURCHES 

For the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1956 
mount of the Fund: 
Transferred from Scholarship Funds in accordance with e.xcerpt from 

minutes of the N. C. Conference $54,444.40 

Methodist College Advance 313.00 $54,757.40 



Gift of Mr. A. A. Kern 1954-55 25.00 

Gift of Mrs. John D. Huitt 1954-55 6.00 



Total Principal of Fund $54,788.40 

Net Gain Investment Account: 

At July 1, 1955 $ 6,283.59 

Current Year Gain 5,543.30 11,826.89 



Total $66,615.29 

Add: Surplus July 1, 1955 $19,973.92 

Income Current Year: 

Group Investment Accounts $4,267.02 

Pooled Cash Account 210.10 4,477.12 



Total $24,451.04 



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Less: Expenditures Current Year: 

Grant in Aid 200.00 



Total Accumulated Surplus $24,251.04 



Total of the Fund at June 30, 1956 $90,866.33 



Assets of the Fund: 

Equity in Pooled Cash $24,251.04 

Investments — Equity in Group Investment Accounts 66,615.29 



Total Assets of the Fund $90,866.33 



REPORT OF THE LONG RANGE PLANNING COMMITTEE 

During the year the Long Range Planning Committee of the North Carolina Annual 
Conference held several meetings, some of which were in conjunction with other boards 
and committees of our Conference, in a study of the needs of higher education in our 
Conference. After hearing reports from the special committee which had visited several 
cities in our Conference to hear their offers for aid in establishing Methodist colleges, 
the Long Range Planning Committee recommended to the Special Session of the Annual 
Conference held in Goldsboro, May 14, that "a senior (four-year) co-educational Method- 
ist College be establislied in Fayetteville, North Carolina, and that Louisburg College 
become the nucleus of the college at Rocky Mount." The report was adopted with the 
amendment that we build the two new colleges and that Louisburg College remain at 
Louisburg. 

Respectfully submitted, 

C. D. Barclift, Vice-Chairman 
W. C. Ball, Secretari/ 



CONFERENCE SURVEY COMMITTEE 

The Conference Survey Committee has led in a careful study of areas of need in our 
Conference during this conference year. Careful census surveys have been made in 33 
communities, covering every district in our conference. 

Mr. R. L. Turnage, Jr., has worked faithfully and well in directing this survey study 
of local communities as Director of Field Work. The Duke Foundation has co-operated 
with this committee by making available six Duke Divinity School students who helped 
in this study during the summer of 1955. 

Twelve new churches have been organized this conference year. We feel this work 
has helped make these possible, as well as others which shall emerge next year. In some 
instances communities have been studied to the end that recommendation was for post- 
ponement of organization of a new congregation. We feel that this also is progress. 

These studies have not exhausted the study and planning which must continue 
the light of the needs already revealed. This committee will also be available to discover 
information vital to any area of need in our conference and may assist in research and 
survey in co-operation with other major boards and agencies of our conference. Thisi 
committee will assist in publicity and promotion of items of interest to our conference 
members. 

We recommend that Mr. Turnage be retained to assist in the work of this Committee; 
and work in co-operation with the Boards of Missions, Evangelism and Education, as 
well as the Town and Country Commission. We feel that the work of this committee 
only beginning to reach its maturity. Therefore we recommend that the Confereni 
Survey Committee be continued, and its services expanded, for the quadrennium begii 
ning in 1956. 

Respectfully submitted, 

C. W. Bobbins, Chairman 
- Thomas A. Collins, Secretary 



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WOMAN'S SOCIETY OF CHRISTIAN SERVICE AND 
WESLEYAN SERVICE GUILD 

June 1, 1955-May 31, 1956 

In the history of our church we close and begin another quadrennium. In tlie Woman's 
ciety of Christian Service we began the quadrennium now closing with exalted goals. 
Some of these goals are intangible and, therefore, they cannot be measured with ac- 
icuracy. We are grateful in believing, howe\'er, that real progress has been made toward 
achieving them, and that our progress has been greatest during this, tlie last year, of 
the quadrennium. 

Numbers do not tell a complete story but it is significant that there has been a large 
increase in the total membership of the \\'oman's Society of Christian Service and tlie 
W'esleyan Service Guild, the organization of employed women. The present adult 
membership is approximately thirty-five thousand, an increase during this quadrennium 
of about forty-five hundred. Real progress has been made in organizing new societies, 
'-■ighty-three having been organized during the past four years. The Conference is now 
not far from complete organization. 

Finances do not, of course, tell the whole story of achievement, but they may indi- 
cate; and, in the story of our conference society, they do reflect real progress. The con- 
iference treasurer has received for missions, during the year 1955-1956, $198,393.93. 
(This is an increase over the previous year of nearly $10,000. A grand total of $325,203.97 
Kvas given for both missions and local work. This represents an increase over tlie previous 
vear of $38,325.68. We give thanks that our women have seen the need around the 
world and ha\e increased their financial gifts during this quadrennium over the last 
iquadrennium in the amount of $52,672.94. 

; Plans for the new student center at East Carolina College, Greenville, began to 
^crystallize in midwinter. We expect, sometime this year, to erect a beautiful, adequate, 
brick building to meet the needs of Methodist students there. 

I Another dream about to be fulfilled is the establishment of work among the Indians 
;)f our Conference. A deaconess has been appointed and will assume her duties on 
!September 1, 1956. 

The conference society is grateful for the fine young women who have given them- 
^t'Kes to full-time Christian service, for the missionaries supported by the North Car- 
^hna Conference, for what it has been able to do for the youth of our conference, for 
fhe projects established, for the inspiration given by those who are leading, and for 
the devotion of those who compose our membership. 

' We desire to express our appreciation to Bishop Paul N. Garber for the recognition 
lie has given to our work. Too, we would record appreciation for the support of the 
listrict superintendents and the pastors. 

Our theme for the past quadrennium has been "That the Kingdom of God May Be 
Idealized." This has been pursued with humility and sincerity, even though imperfectly 
reached. We now turn in the next quadrennium to a new theme, "The Spirit of Christ — 
For All of Life." Whatever may be the theme to guide and to inspire Methodist women, 
'he purpose of the Woman's Society of Christian Service never changes — "to establish 
I Christian social order around tlie world." 

Mrs. H. I. Glass, President 

Mrs. C. D. Barclift, Recording Secretary 



REPORT OF STATISTICIAN— 1956 

l.What are the educntional statistics: Number and names of institutions; enrollment; 

value of property; endowment; indebtedness? 
, Institutions: 5 — Duke University, Greensboro College, High Point College, Pfeiffer 
Junior College, Louisburg College; enrollment, 7,204; value of property, $54,103,731; 
Ndowment, $29,483,263. 

jl 2. What are the Home for Methodist Children statistics: Number of institutions; value 
I of propertv; endowment; indebtedness? 

.^ Methodist Home for Children, 1: Value of property, $1,282,302.47; endowment, 
jp915,692.36; indebtedness, no mortgage indebtedness. 
i 3. What are the number of districts and pastoral charges? 

Number of districts, 9; Pastoral charges, 396. 
4. Wliat is the number of the members in all the churches in tlie Conference? 

The number of members in all the churclies, 178,548. 



206 North Carolina Annual Conference 

5. What is the number received on profession of faith? 
The total on profession of faith, 5,305. 

6. What is the net gain for the conference year? 
The net gain for the conference year, 4,141. 

7. What is the number of local preachers? 
The number of local preachers, 141. 

8. What is the enrollment in our church schools: officers and teachers; children's divi- 
sion; youth division; adult division; total membership? 

The number of officers and teachers, 10,490; children's division, 43,445; vouth divi- 
sion, 24,702; adult division, 58,954; total enrollment, 137,591. 

9. What is the number of Woman's Societies of Christian Service, membership and i 
amount spent for local work? 

Number of societies, 718; number of members, 36,799; spent for local work, $213,309.! 

10. What is the number of charter groups of Methodist Men and the membership? 
The number of Chartered Groups of Methodist Men, 195; membership, 7,511. 

11. What is the number of Houses of worship and their value? 
The number of Houses of worship, 816; value, $32,909,837. 

12. What is the number of district parsonages and their value? 
The number of district parsonages, 9; value, $233,000. 

13. What amount has been raised for the Week of Dedication? 
The amount for Week of Dedication, $7,651. 

14. What amount has been raised for Rally Day? 
The amount for Rally Day, $8,260. 

15. What amount has been raised for Fellowship and Suffering? 
The amount for Fellowship and Suffering, $9,390. 

16. What amount has been raised for Overseas Relief? 
The amount for Overseas Relief, $7,778. 

] 7. What amount has been raised for Race Relations? 
The amount for Race Relations, $4,005. 

18. What amount has been raised for Retirement Home? 
The amount of Retirement Home Special, $15,002. 

19. What amount has been raised for Television Ministry? 
The amount raised for Television Ministry, $2,907. 

20. What amount has been raised through the $10 Club? 
The amount through $10 Club, $89,302. 

21. What amount has been raised for World Service? 
The amount for World Service, $255,669. 

22. What amount has been raised for the support of the Ministry, Episcopal Fund, Disi 
trict Superintendent, Pastors and Assistants, Travel allowance. Conference claimsi 
Minimum Salary Fund? 
The amount raised for Episcopal Fund, $26,540; District Superintendent Fund 

$72,566; Pastor and Assistants, $1,373,807; Travel allowance, $52,782; Conferee 
claims, $207,880; Minimum Salary, $114,859. 

23. What amount has been raised for building and improvement during the confere 
year? 
The amount for building and improvement, $2,289,079. 

24. What amount has been contributed by Duke Endowment for church building 
church maintenance and superannuate fund? 
Contributed from Duke Endowment for church building, $50,225; Church Mainten 

ance, $42,500; Superannuate Fund, $24,000. 

25. What is the grand total for all purposes from all sources in the conference year? 
The grand total raised from all sources for the year, $7,411,219. 



Journal of Proceedings 207 

PARTS 
Amendments, Motions, Resolutions 



NOTE: Amendments, memorials, motions, or resolutions appearing in the Minutes, 
or within the context of Reports adopted by the Annual Conference may not appear 
here. (Editor) 

MOTIONS 
MOTION TO BECOME PART OF WORLD SERVICE AND FINANCE REPORT 

Report No. 2 

Whereas, the Discipline states in three separate instances (Sections 304, 321 and 
2025) a definite and answering position against the use of tobacco by young people, 
by local and by travelling preachers and against misleading and suggestive advertise- 
ment for the promotion of the sale of tobacco. 

Whereas, the 1956 General Conference has retained and reaffirmed these provisions. 
Whereas, the Discipline states (Section T37) that Christian as well as sound economic 
principles shall be observed in the handling of investment funds. 

Whereas, the proposed Report No. 2, of the Commission on World Service and 
Finance, Re: Methodist Fund Inc., shows a holding by the Methodist Fund of 200 
'shares of 3.60- r Preferred Stock of the R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company at a cost of 
817,786.85, with an expected dividend of $720. 

I Whereas, we, the North Carolina Conference, recognize the inconsistency between 
the mandates of the Discipline and the above stock holding and desire to correct this 
inconsistency; Therefore, we move that the Commission on World Service and Finance 
and the members of the Methodist Fund, Inc., be directed to liquidate immediately all 
holdings in the R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, that they be directed to refrain from 
any future purchase of stock in any company or corporation whose objectives are incon- 
^sistent with the regulation of the Discipline of the Methodist Church and that this 
[motion become part of the proposed Report No. 2 of the Commission on World Service 
;and Finance. Submitted by Drury W. Wall 



RESOLUTIONS 

'"CONCERNING BISHOP AND MRS. PAUL N. GARBER 

Whereas Bishop and Mrs. Paul N. Garber have so efficiently, effectively, and graci- 
ously served the Richmond Area and the North Carolina Conference of The Methodist 
Church for the past five and one half years; and whereas under Bishop Garber great 
(Progress in all fields of the Church's program has been made; and whereas his leadership 
is at this time necessary in the Area to continue the outstanding work so ably begun 
jby him; 

, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the North Carolina Annual Conference of The 
Methodist Church, S.E.J., in its regular session assembled, Greenville, North Carolina, 
June 25, 1956, that: 

[ 1. The Conference is deeply grateful to Bishop and Mrs. Garber for their great 
leadership which has resulted in the outstanding progress made within the bounds of 
the North Carolina Conference. 

2. The Conference earnestly believes that the work of the church in die Richmond 
Area can at this time continue to make greater progress under the leadership of Bishop 

nd Mrs. Garber, and respectfully requests that they be assigned for the next quadren- 
ium to the Richmond Area. 

3. The Conference further requests that the North Carolina Conference remain a 
part of the Richmond Area. 

I 4. A copy of this resolution be forwarded to the Secretary of the Southeastern Juris- 
dictional Conference for transmittal to the Committee on Episcopacy, that a copy be sent 
Xo Bishop and Mrs. Garber, and that the same be entered in the minutes of this Annual 
Conference. Thomas A. Collins 

J. E. Garlington 
W. R. Stevens 



""This resolution bears the signature of many other endorsers. — (Editor). 



208 North Carolina Annual Conference 

CONCERNING TENURE OF MEMBERSHIP ON BOARD OF LAY ACTIVITIES 

WHEREAS the current limit of tenure of membership on the Board of Lay Activities 
of the Nortli CaroHna Methodist Conference creates difficulties in the proper administra- 
tion of the work of said board in that the time served as an Associate District La> 
Leader and/or as a District Lay Leader limits the tenure of a member if elected as 
Conference Lay Leader by reason of such service on the District level to less than the 
maximum now provided, and 

WHEREAS there is great need for time for the members of the Board of Lay Activ- 
ities, all of whom are elected each year, to learn the work on both the District and 
Conference levels. 

Now Iherefore Be It Resolved by the North Carolina Annual Conference of the 
Metliodist Church, Southeastern Jurisdiction, in regular session at Greenville, North 
Carolina, June 25-28, 1956, that the time served by any member of the Board of La\ 
Activities of said Conference as Associate District Lay Leader and/or District La> 
Leader shall not be counted as a part of tenure of that member if elected as Conferenci 
Lay Leader, thus providing maximum tenure for the Conference Lay Leader, subject to 
his annual election as provided by the Discipline of the Methodist Church. 

Respectfully Submitted: 
Chas. E. Jordan 
C. W. Bobbins 
Key W. Taylor 
W. J. Smith 
A. S. Parker 

CONCERNING APPROVED SUPPLY PASTORS AND LOCAL PREACHERS 

Numerous complaints ha\e reached the Board of Ministerial Training and Qualifi- 
cation concerning the quality of some men who have been recommended by the North! 
Carolina Annual Conference and sent out to minister to Methodist congregations. We arei 
aware that some unlettered men have wrought wonders for the Kingdom of God but we 
also know that in a day of advancing education and training, standards must be main- 
tained; therefore, we are offering this resolution which sets up what we consider to bi 
minimimi requirements. 

We recommend that ordinarily no person begin an Approved Supply status who i 
over 40 years of age; and, further, that no man without a High School diploma W 
recommended for the same status. We further recommend to District Committees oi 
Ministerial Qualifications that no person without a High School diploma be given loca 
preacher's license. ^ ^^ Howard, Jr., Registrar 

J. A. Russell, Chairman 

CONCERNING SALE OF OSGOOD METHODIST CHURCH PROPERTY 
MONCURE CHARGE 

The Quarterly Conference of the Moncure Charge, held on June 27, 1955 voted! 
dispose of the Osgood Methodist Church property which was once a church on 
Moncure Charge. The Town and Country Commission was advised of this action] 
which they gave their appro\'al. Following this action former members and Truste 
of the Osgood Church voted to confirm this action with the following resolution: 

Be it resolved that tlie following disposition be made of Osgood Church property: 
An Auction Sale be held at which the cliurch and land be disposed of as follows: 

(a) The Church and land be sold to the highest bidder. 

(b) A second bid be taken for the church building and land separately. 

(c) It being pro\ided that; Church Building be removed from said land and tlj 
ground now being used for a Cemetery be excluded from the sale and a fence be erec' 
around the Cemetery. 

(d) Tliat sufficient funds be used from the sale of the property to erect said fe 
around Cemetery, and the remaining proceeds from the sale be used for improvemen 
on the present Parsonage on the Moncure Charge. • 

It is agreed that the Trustees are to sign a deed conveying property to purchas 
under the above conditions. ^ g ^^^^^^ ^^.^^^^^^ 

C. A. Watson, Trustee \ 

Benjamin Yarborough, Trustee ' 
Allen P. Brantley, Dist. Stipt. 



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CONCERNING SALE OF TYRA METHODIST CHURCH PROPERTY 
ROBBINS CHARGE 

Bascom's Chapel, Files with tlie 4th Quarterly Conference, to be held at Mount Carmel 
May 6, 1956 the following request: 

The Request — That the 4th Quarterly Conference of the Robbins Circuit-Burlington 
District — Nortli Carolina Conference, take action on and grant permission for said 
church to sell an abandoned church known as Tyra Church, which at one time was a 
part of the Robbins Circuit Methodist Church. 

STATEMENT 

j The Tyra Church mentioned above was at one time an active church on the Hemp 
Circuit which was later changed to the name of Robbins Circuit. Both Church Building 
md lot on the Robbins Circuit. The Tyra Church ha\ ing ceased to be active many years 
'igo and abandoned by congregation, Bascom's Chapel would like for the Quarterly 
Conference mentioned above to grant them permission to sell said property and apply 
proceeds on improving and remodeling Bascom's Chapel Church. 

f Action taken by the Fourth Quarterly Conference of the Robbins Circuit Methodist 
hurch May 6, 1956, at Mount Carmel Methodist Church. 

Signed: 

J. H. Parrish, Pastor 
Allen P. Brantley, Dist. Supt. 
Lucy Reynolds, Recording Steward 

CONCERNING THE RE-ASSIGNMENT OF BISHOP PAUL N. GARBER 
TO THE RICHMOND AREA 

Whereas, Bishop Paul N. Garber has so effectively served as Resident Bishop of the 
'\ichmond Area and for the North Carolina Annual Conference during the last five and 
. half years; and whereas, his co-operation with and untiring efforts in support of the 
Srogram of Lay Activities has not only increased our affection for him but also made us 
jiiore fully aware and appreciative of his great talents as administrator and ecclesiastical 
,sader; and whereas, his faithful helpmeet and life partner, Mrs. Garber, has endeared 
,:erself to the lay people of the North Carolina Conference. 

) Be it now therefore resolved, by the North Carolina Conference Board of Lay Activ- 
pes in regular meeting assembled, on June 27, 1956, in Greenville, N. C, that: 
I 1. It is earnestly urged that Bishop Paul N. Garber be returned as Resident Bishop of 
he North Carolina Conference for the next ciuadrennium, to this end the delegates to 
ihe 1956 session of the Southeastern Jurisdictional Conference be, and they are hereby 
bquested to use tlieir strongest efforts to accomph.sh this re-assignment of our outstand- 
hg Bishop. 

2. This resolution be introduced as a formal report of the Board of Lay Activities. 

3. A copy of this resolution be furnished the press, the North Carolina Christian 
dvocate, and Bishop and Mrs. Garber. 

W. J. S^UTH, Chairman 

Sam B. Underwood, Acting Secretary 

CONCERNING RETIRING MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF LAY ACTIVITIES 

WHEREAS under a rule of our Annual Conference no one can be a member of 
le same Conference Board for longer than eight consecutive years and 
' WHEREAS, under said rule, our Conference Lay Leader, W. Jasper Smith and tlie 
pllowing members of the Board of Lay Activities will cease to remain members of 
jiis board: J. O. Gunn, B. G. Childs, L. Stacy Weaver, R. C. Compton, D. L. Berry, 

N. Gibson, Jr., Sam B. Underwood, Jr., Blaine M. Madison, Jesse W. Hollowell, Jim 
■• Glover, C. W. Everett, H. H. Hodgin, Knox Andrews. 

; NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE NORTH CAROLINA ANNUAL 
ONFERENCE IN GREENVILLE ASSEMBLED; 

I 1. That the Conference feels a sense of great loss at the retirement of these long 
bie and faithful Lay Leaders. 

f 2. That the Conference expresses its appreciation of the long and unselfish service 
Indered it by our retiring Conference Lay Leader, W. Jasper Smith and the others 
poye named and expresses the hope that they may have many more years of service 

give in other services in our Conference. 



210 North Carolina Annual Conference 

3. That a copy of this resolution be spread upon tlie minutes of tliis Conference and 
the Secretary ot the Conference convey tlie best wishes of the Conference to each of 
these retiring laymen. 

4. That the Bishop and Secretary of diis Conference draft, sign and dehver to each 
of the above an appropriate certificate of about six by nine inches in size acknowledging 
appreciation of the Conference for the long time service of each person. 

Respectfully submitted, 

H. L. Swain 
F. H. Sanford 
Herman Allen 

CONCERNING HARRELL'S METHODIST CHURCH PROPERTY 
GAIESVILLE CHARGE 

WHEREAS, Harrell's Church, Gatesville Charge, Elizabetli City District, has beei 
inactive since November 1, 1953: 

AND WHEREAS, the Harrell's Congregation in a church conference has voted to 
authorize the closing of its church provided: 

(1) that the property be transferred to the Gatesville Charge Parsonage Trustees to 
be held by that group; 

(2) that the present membership of Harrell's Church be represented by one person 
on said Board of Trustees; 

(3) that the Harrell's Church constituency be given the privilege to repair and main- 
tain the church buildmg and the cemetery (certain repairs are now being made); 

(4) that the property be held and not sold and that it be available for funerals, and 
annual revival, and odier special services; i 

(5) that in case the community develops to the point that the church can be reopened 
for regular church services and church school, the property be available for that purpose; 

AND WHEREAS, the Quarterly Conference of tlie Gatesville Charge has concurrec 
with tlie action taken by the Harrell's Church Conference; 

AND WHEREAS, tlie Committee to Study Declining Rural Churches of tlie Com 
mission on Town and Country Work has recommended that if the church cannot b( 
relocated it should be closed; 

BE IT THEREFORE RESOLVED that Harrell's Church be closed, that the propertv 
be held as requested by the Harrell's Church Conference, and that the present member 
ship be transferred to the Gatesville Methodist Church. 

Respectfully submitted, 

M. O. Fletcher, Acting Superintendent ' 
Elizabeth City District 

CONCERNING QUADRENNIAL COMMISSION ON WORSHIP 

WHEREAS, The Methodist Church possesses a rich heritage and genius for bol 
form and freedom in worship, and 

WHEREAS, tliere are evidences that this heritage is being neglected, and 

WHEREAS, one of tlie decisive trends in the contemporary church is toward tli 
recovery of our lost witness through co-operate worship, and 

WHEREAS, Methodism's doctrinal emphasis is upon the fundamental unity of evai 
gelisni, personal religious experience, and the sacramental life, and 

WHEREAS, there is a pathetic need for better training among both ministers ai 
laymen in the fine art of private and public worship, now therefore, be it 

RESOLVED, that the North Carolina Annual Conference at its 1956 session, creai 
a Quadrennial Commission to be called the Annual Conference Commission on Worshi] 
Membership on the Commission shall be chosen as follows: 

1. One Pastor from each District to be nominated by the Cabinet; 

2. The Executive Secretary of the Conference Board of Education; 

3. The Secretary of the Conference Board of Evangelism; , , 

4. The President of the Conference Woman's Society of Christian Service; | j 



Journal of Proceedings 211 

5. The President of the Conference Methodist Youth Fellowship; 

6. The Conference Lay Leader; 

7. The Instructor in Worship in the Duke University Divinity School, provided that 
e is a member of the Annual Conference; 

8. Three members to be chosen by the Commission to serve as Resource leaders; 

Respectfully submitted, 
V. E. Queen 
O. K. Ingram 
C. P. Morris 
PAtn> Carruth 

CONCERNING MRS. E. L. HILLMAN AND THE COMMISSION ON 
WORLD SERVICE AND FINANCE 

Since Mrs. E. L. Hillman is a member of the General Council on World Service 
fld Finance, be it resolved that this conference requests her to participate in the ses- 
ons of the World Sei-vice and Finance Commission as a resource person without vote. 

O. Kelly Ingram 

EXPRESSING THE GRATITUDE OF THE CONFERENCE 

I BE IT RESOLVED, that we, the members, both clerical and lay, of the Nortli 
larolina Conference closing a memorable 18th session do hereby record and express 
ijr appreciation: 

! 1. To the entertainment committees of the Jarvis Memorial and St. James Methodist 

ihurches for the endless hours of planning which have been necessary to provide so 

■any courtesies and comfortable arrangements. Especially, do we thank the district 

iperintendent, the Reverend H. K. King, and the pastors, the Reverend W. M. Howard, 

(., the Reverend Robert McKenzie, Jr., and the Reverend J. Malloy Owen III for the 

jitient and kind way in which they have served as hosts to the conference. 

j 2. To Mrs. J. A. Karsnak, church secretary at Jarvis Memorial, for her assistance in 

Impiling and typing our reports. 

j 3. To Dr. J. D. Messick, President of East Carolina College, for the labor involved 

arranging the Wright Auditorium for our general sessions and for the efficient way 
I has provided our meals in tire cafeteria, and for making a part of Garrett Hall avail- 
Ue for Conference housing. 

, 4. To Mrs. M. K. Blount for tlie Thursday afternoon Tea honoring Mrs. Paul N. 
Mrber and the women of the conference. 
5. To Mr. Lewis Danfelt of the Music Department of East Carohna College and 

IS. Paul A. Toll, organist at Jarvis Memorial, tlie conference choir composed of people 
:)m several of the choirs of Greenville and the Choir of St. James Methodist Church, 
"irboro, N. C. for their inspiring music. 

' 6. To Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Arthur and family, the Wesleyan Service Guild of Jarvis 
]|3morial. Dr. and Mrs. C. F. IronS; Dr. Isa Grant, Mr. and Mrs. WiUiam Bennett, Mrs. 
]' M. Garrett and family, for providing the beautiful Memorial Altar flowers. 
j 7. To St. James Methodist Church and the Eighth Street Christian Church for serving 
fecial banquets and meals. 

j 8. To the Christian homes of Greenville and neighboring communities which have 
llfl family schedules disrupted in order to entertain us on such a gracious and generous 
My. 

{ 9. To the press for the fine manner in which they have pubhshed the proceedings 
c, the conference. To Television station WNCT for televising programs and Radio 
Jiltion WGTC for broadcasting reports. 

i 10. To the program committee for bringing to us many challenging and inspirational 
sjtakers. 

jj 11. To the ushers for the genial and affable spirit which they have manifested during 
tl conference. 

j 12. To the representatives of the Methodist Publishing House for the friendly way 
iwhich they have introduced us to new books. 

' 13. To our Conference Secretary. W. C. Wilson, for the unassuming and effective 
vy he and his assistants have dispatched the work of the conference. 



212 North Carolina Annual Conference 

14. To the forgotten people of the Statistical Staff composed of the Reverend D. E 
Tryanham and his wife. 

15. To Bishop Paul N. Garber for the sympathetic and brotherly way in which h 
has presided over the business affairs of the conference. This memorable conference 
under God, has signaled a forward march in Christian Higher Education, without in th 
least, slacking the pace in church extension, evangelism, and other important areas c 
Conference work. Bishop Garber, the hardest working Bishop in American Methodisn 
can well say with John Wesley: "Leisure and I have parted company." In his const 
crated industry lies the secret of why The North Carolina Conference is becoming know 
as "the Miracle Conference" of Modern Methodism. 

THE COMMITTEE ON RESOLUTIONS AND REFERENCES, 

Leon Couch, Chairman 
C. D. Barclift 
C. W. Barbee 
J. T. Maides 
J. T. Rogers 
' " W. F. Veasey 

A. C. Edwards 
W. F. Andrews 



Journal of Proceedings 213 

Section V 
FINANCIAL EXHIBITS 



luditor's Report on Examination 214 

Comments 214-215 

Exhibit A— Fund Balance Sheet 216-219 

Exhibit B — Income, Expense or Distribution and Fund Balance 216-219 

Exhibit C — Income from Charges by Districts 224-225 

: Schedule 1 — Summary of Investments 226 

Schedule 2— Other Assets 226 

reasurer's Statement of Board Operations 228 

Schedule 

A World Service and Annual Conference Benevolences Fund 228 

B Episcopal Fund 229 

C District Superintendents Fund 229 

D Conference Board of Pensions 230 

E Ministers Retirement Fund 231 

F Board of Education 232 

G College Sustaining Fund 233 

H Golden Cross Fund 234 

I Methodist Retirement Homes, Inc 235 

J Board of Missions 236 

J-1 Board of Missions — Allocations to Districts 238 

K Miscellaneous Boards and Committees 243 

The Advance Committee 

College Board of Visitors 

Board of Evangelism 

Board of Hospitals and Homes 

Board of Lay Activities 

Board of Social and Economic Relations 

Board of Temperance 

Commission on Town and Country Work 

Radio and Film Commission 

iL Miscellaneous Boards and Committees 244 

Long Range Planning Committee 
Youth Emphasis Committee 
Church Extension Survey Committee 
Co-ordinating Council 
North Carolina Historical Society 
Committee on World Peace 
Board of Ministerial Training and Qualifications 
Commission on Christian Vocations 

M Conference Administration 245 

N Methodist College Foundation of North CaroHna, Inc 246 

O Methodist Fund, Incorporated 247 

P Conference Reserve and Unallocated Funds 247 

<imp Don-Lee 248 

J^thodist Youth Assemblies 250 

\3sley Foundation Commission 251 



214 North Carolina Annual Conference 



REPORT ON EXAMINATION 

For 1955-56 Conference Year Ended June 30, 1956 



September 12, 195K 

The Commission on World Service and Finance, 
North Carolina Conference of The Methodist Church, 
Raleigh, North Carolina 

Gentlemen: ^! 

We have examined the books and financial records of Mr. M. J. Cowell,' 
Treasurer of the NORTH CAROLINA CONFERENCE, S.E.J., OF THE METHOD- 
IST CHURCH, RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA, for the 1955-56 Conference year| 
ended June 30, 1956, and submit herewith our report consisting of the exhibits 
and schedules as set forth in the preceding index, together with the following, 
related comments. 

FINANCIAL POSITION 

The financial position of the various boards and committees, the funds oi 
which are handled in the Central Treasurer's office, is shown in detail in Exhibii 
"A," Fund Balance Sheet. The following is a comparison of the financial positior 
at June 30, 1956, of all funds handled by the Central Treasurer with a similai 
summary of the position at June 30, 1955. 



. increase 

Assets: 6-30-55 6-30-56 Decrease* 

Cash— checking accounts $ 146,901.12 $ 261,062.85 $114,161.73 

Cash receipts in transit 14,514.58 20,424.04 5,909.46 

Investments (see note below) 1,415,341.58 996,530.17 418,811.41 

Other assets 571,822.23 396,479.78 175,342.45 



$2,148,579.51 $1,674,496.84 $474,082.6^ 



Liabilities : 



Accounts and apportionments payable $ 382,496.76 $ 270,546.75 $111,950.01 
Notes payable— banks 310,000.00 185,000.00 125,000.00 

Total Liabilities $ 692,496.76 $ 455,546.75 $236,950.01 

Fund Balance 1,456,082.75 1,218,950.09 237,132.6' 

$2,148,579.51 $1,674,496.84 $474,082.6: 

Note: $478,027.42 of the investments at June 30, 1956, are savings bank deposit 



] Journal of Proceedings 215 

RESULTS OF OPERATIONS 

The results of operations of the funds, boards and committees are presented in 
ummary form in Exhibit "B," Income, Expense or Distribution and Fund Balance. 
■ Mr. M. J. Cowell, Conference Treasurer, has prepared statements from his 
ecords, for publication in the Conference Journal, comprising the details of the 
esults of operations as summarized in Exhibit "B" of our report. These detailed 
tatements as prepared by Mr. Cowell and presented under the title of "Treasurer's 
statement of Board Operations" have been verified by us. 

Exhibit "C," Income from Charges by Districts, presents the income for the 
rarious apportioned and special items for the 1955-56 Conference year by districts. 

The following is a comparison by districts for the apportionments and income 
lor the 1955-56 Conference year. 

Income 
' Under 

Income Apportionment Apportionment 

furlington $ 137,482.17 $ 14n.668.00 $ 3,185.83 

•nrham 152.825.62 157.501.00 4,675.38 

llizabeth City 108.159.04 113.613.00 5,453.96 

ayetteville 163,590.22 165,482.00 1,891.78 

;oldsboro 130.112.09 139.331 .00 9,21 8.91 

ewBern 137.394.04 142.133.00 4,738.96 

,aleigh 177,936.78 187.530.00 9,593.22 

;ncky Mount 150.077.33 157.233.00 7,155.67 

Wilmington 114,511.69 121,407.00 6,895.31 

Total $1,272,088.98 $1,324,898.00 $ 52,809.02 

SCOPE OF EXAMINATION 

Our examination was made in accordance with generally accepted auditing 
.andards. and accordlnely included such tests of the accounting records and such 
i;her auditing procedures as we considered necessary in the circumstances, some 
,."atures of which are referred to in the outline that follows on specific items. 
I Cash on deposit was confirmed directlv with the b^nks. Recorded cash receints 
;ere traced to their subsenuent denn^it in the bank on a test basis, and disburse- 
lents were verified by test examination of cancelled checks and naid invoices or 
'itborizations. Income from charges as shown by the Treasurer's records was 
.imparpd with reports of the pastors to the Annual Conference on a test basis, 
fie Treaonrer renuested the pastors from all charees in which there was a 
la^^erial difference between pastors' report and treasurer's records to recheck the 
■laree records and advise as to any corrections to be made. We examined all 
nlies and determined that necessary adjustments were made. Distribution of 
icome from the charepc was auditprl bv rpfprpnce fn the report of the Commis<?ion 
[I World Service and Finance for the 1955 and 1956 sessions of the Annual Con- 
jrpTirp and by reference to proper authorization from the various boards of the 
Imference. 

• Investments of the Treasurer and the various boards and funds were either 
pnected. or. if held by an outside agent, confirmed by direct confirmation during 
e course of our audit. 

Cash receipts in transit represent 1955-56 collections received by the Treasurer 
bsenuent to the balance sheet date and were set un from deposits in the banks, 
.^counts and apportionments payable were set up from disbursements subsequent 
rthe bpianpp shpot dote and by reference to proper authorizations for the distribu- 
im of 1955-56 collections. 

CERTIFICATE 
i In our opinion, the accompanying balance sheet and related statement of 
ii^ome. exrense or distribution and fund balance nre^ent fairlv the financial 
i°itinn of tbe North Carolina Confprence. S.E.J.. of The Methodist Church, Mr. M. 

• C'^well. Treasurer, at .Tnnp 30. 1956. and the results of operations for the 1955-56 
Cnfprpnce year then ended, in conformitv with accounting princinles of the 
•inference applied on a basis con«istent with that of the previous year. 

Respectfully submittpfj. 

A. M. PULLEN & COMPANY 
Certified Public Accountants 



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North Carolina Annual Conference 



SUMMARY OF INVESTMENTS 
June 30, 1956 



Amount 

Conference Treasurer: 

Savings accounts with banks $472,527.42 

Paid-up shares with building and 

savings and loan associations 400,427.05 

Equipment — Conference Treasurer's office 4,257.68 

Investment pool (Methodist Fund, Incorporated) 110,000.00 



Conference Board of Pensions: 

Investment pool (Methodist Fund, Incorporated) 

Ministers' Retirement Fund: 

Paid-up shares with building and 

savings and loan associations 

United States Savings Bonds — Series F 

(Present value $9,000.00) 

Investment pool (Methodist Fund, Incorporated) 



.$ 30,000.00 

7,400.00 
. 110,000.00 



Minimum Salary Fund: 

United States Treasury Bonds 

(Market value $21,195.68) $ 22,000.00 

Notes secured by first mortgage on real estate 11,114.15 

Paid-up shares with Savings and Loan Association . . . 10,000.00 

Golden Cross: 

Savings account with bank $ 5,500.00 

Paid-up shares with Savings and Loan Association . . . 10,000.00 

Methodist Retirement Homes, Inc.: 
Stock — State Capitol Life Insurance 

Company (Market value $34,320.00) 

Methodist Fund, Incorporated: 

Consolidated Investment Trust (Market 

value $9,750.00) $ 10,200.00 

Common stocks (Market value $101,700.00) 101,338.08 

Preferred stocks (Market value $102,775.00) 106,398.55 

Real estate mortgages 171,036.72 

Debenture bonds (Market value $9,950.00) 10,301.93 

Total 

Elimination of Interfund investments in investment 

pool (Methodist Fund, Incorporated) 

Total (Exhibit "A") 



399,275.:i! 
$1,745,341.5! 

( 330,000.00 
$1,415,341.5 



OTHER ASSETS 
June 30, 1956 

Methodist Retirement Homes, Inc.: 

Land $ 50,255.30 

Buildings 373,048.12 

Equipment and furnishings 39,547.58 



Board of Missions, Inc.: 

(Land and/or buildings — at cost) 
Location: 

Burlington: Grace $ 4,000.00 

Grove Park (St. Paul) 7,000.00 



Schedule 



$ 462,851.0. 



Journal of Proceedings 227 

Durham: Aldersgate 7,693.91 

Chapel Hill: Aldersgate 6,500.00 

Elizabeth City : Grace 8,116.43 

Trinity 1,030.70 

Fayetteville : Eutaw 8,455.25 

Northmount (Wesley Heights) 3,875.00 

Goldsboro: North Goldsboro 3,020.00 

Pine Level 6,039.80 

Smithfield: West Smithfield 4,095.94 

Havelock: Cherry Point 1,000.00 

Kinston: St. John 4,000.00 

New Bern : Stacy 650.00 

Raleigh: Leyden Memorial 4,489.79 

St. Mark 10,920.98 

Rocky Mount: Englewood 2,000.00 

Tarboro: Hart Methodist 5,965.71 

Wilmington: Devon Park 6,930.00 

Oleander Boulevard 1,797.99 

Total (Exhibit "A") $ 97,581.50 



228 North Carolina Annual Conference 

TREASURER'S STATEMENT OF BOARD OPERATIONS 

For 1955-56 Conference Year Ended June 30, 1956 

August 31, 1956 
The Commission on World Service and Finance 
North Carolina Conference of The Methodist Church, S.E.J., 
Raleigh, North Carolina 

Gentlemen: ] 

I submit herewith my report on the operations of the various boards, and com-ij 
mittees, the funds of which are handled in the Central Treasurer's office, for thei| 
1955-56 Conference Year ended June 30, 1956, consisting of the schedules as seti' 
forth in the preceding index. 

These statements have been examined by A. M. Pullen & Company, Certified 
Public Accountants, Raleigh, North Carolina, in connection with their annual audit 
of this office, and are presented in summary form in Exhibit "B" of their repori 
which is published in the Conference Journal. | 

Respectfully submitted, j 

MARVIN J. COWELL, Treasurer 1 

WORLD SERVICE AND ANNUAL CONFERENCE BENEVOLENCES FUND 
INCOME, DISTRIBUTION Ai^D FUinD BALANCE 

For 1955-56 Conference Year Ended June 30, 1956 
Income : 

Income from Charges $256,598.25 

Transfer from Unallocated Funds 1,778.51 

Transfer from Conference Reserve Fund 13,343.21 

Total Income $ 271,719.9; 



Total $ 271,719.9' 

Distribution : 

General Work: 

General World Service 106,179.00 

General Administration Fund : . . . 5,896.00 

Interdenominational Co-operation Fund 4,717.00 

Southeastern Jurisdictional Conference Budget .... 7,247.00 



Total General Work $ 124,039.^ 

Annual Conference Work: 

Preferred Claims — Conference Administration 31,950.00 

Annual Conference Causes: 

Board of Education— Local Church Division 36,125.00 

Wesley Foundation Commission 15,000.00 

College Place Church, Greensboro, 

Wesley Foundation Building Fund 4,000.00 

Fairmont Church, Raleigh, Wesley 

Foundation Building Fund 4,000.00 

Proposed Methodist Student Center, 

Duke University Building Fund 4,000.00 

Methodist Student Center, East Carolina 

College Expense Fund 800.00 

Real Estate Payment 1,000.00 

The Advance Committee 300.00 

Church Extension Survey Committee 7,300.00 

Board of College Visitors 300.00 

Board of Evangelism 12,000.00 

Board of Hospitals and Homes 250.00 

Board of Lay Activities 3,500.00 

Long Range Planning Committee 500.00 

North Carolina Council of Churches 1,300.00 



Journal of Proceedings 

North Carolina Conference Historical Society .... 200.00 

Radio and Film Commission 500.00 

Board of Social and Economic Relations 200.00 

Board of Temperance 3,500.00 

Committee on Town and Country Work 4,000.00 

Committee on World Peace 500.00 

Youth Emphasis Committee 500.00 

j Total Annual Conference Causes $ 99,775.00 

I Supplementary Budget Items and Miscellaneous 
{ Appropriations: 

Conference Journal 1,567.76 

! Board of Education (Local Church Division) 

j (a) to meet 1955-56 budget commitments 1,875.00 

(b) House furnishings for director of youth 
I and/or adult work 2,500.00 

(c) Office equipment 1,500.00 

Inter-Conference Commission on Student 

Religious work 589.30 

Co-ordinating Council 500.00 

Conference printing expense 254.66 

Reserve for Fidelity Bond (3-year premium) 900.00 

Town and Country Commission 5,000.00 

College Survey 1,269.25 

Total Supplementary Items $15,955.97 

Total Annual Conference Work 

Total Distribution 



229 



$ 147,680.97 

$ 271,719.97 
Schedule B 



EPISCOPAL FUND 
INCOME, DISTRIBUTION, AND FUND BALANCE 

For the 1955-56 Conference Year Ended June 30, 1956 



income : 

Income frcm Charges 



Total 

pistribution : 

Thomas B. Lugg, Treasurer, Episcopal Fund $ 24.676.12 

Transfer to Unallocated Funds 1,778.51 



Total 



DISTRICT SUPFRINTENDFNTS' FUND 

INCOME, EXPENSE AND FUND BALANCE 

For the 1955-56 Conference Year Ended June 30, 1956 



■^und Balance— July 1, 1955 
ncome : 

From Charges 



Total 

'xpenses: 

Salaries and Expenses— Nine Districts' 

Superintendents— each $7,200.00 $ 64,800.00 

M. O. Fletcher, Elizabeth City District 750.00 



Total Expenses 



26,454.63 



$ 26,454.63 



$ 26.454.63 
Schedule C 



$ 33,303.09 

73,025.46 

$ 106,328.55 



$ 65,550.00 



230 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Fund Balance— June 30, 1956 $ 40,778.55 

Consisting of: 

Balance with Conference Treasurer $ 40,778.55 



Schedule Dl 

CONFERENCE BOARD OF PENSIONS 
INCOME, EXPENSE OR DISTRIBUTION AND FUND BALANCE 

For 1955-56 Conference Year Ended June 30, 1956 

Fund Balance— July 1, 1955 $ 295,619.1 

Income: 

From Districts (Claimants) $208,898.02 

Methodist Publishing House 5,715.35 

Conference Board of Trustees 3,500.00 

The General Board of Pensions: 

Charter Fund 1956 75.00 

Superannuate Endowment Fund (1956) (Missouri 

Corp. Capital Account) ($80,154.91—414%) 3,506.78 

Clearing House 2,724.00 

General Fund 1956 5,609.97 

Interest (Receipts to June 30) 2,012.50 

Total Income $ 232,041.62 



Total $ 527,660.85 

Distribution and Expense: 

Superannuates (68) (Includes $278.04 Relief) $103,659.10 

Widows (97) (Includes $241.50 Relief) 71,143.51 

Dependent Children (11) 2,216.36 

Retired Accepted Supply Pastors (2) 2,668.08 

Board Expense 592.81 

Total Expense $ 180,279.86 



Fund Balance— June 30, 1956 $ 347,380.99 



Consisting of: 

Accounts Receivable $ 3,694.56 

Checking Account 9,116.85 

Investments: Methodist Fund, Incorporated 110,000.00 

Accounts Payable ( 28.71) 

Balance with Central Funds 224,598.29 

Total $ 347,380.91 

Note: Conference Claimants annuities are paid monthly. 



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Schedule F 
BOARD OF EDUCATION 
INCOME, EXPENSE OR DISTRIBUTION AND FUND BALANCE 
For 1955-56 Conference Year Ended June 30, 1956 

Local Leadership: 

Church Training i 

Total Division Fund 

Fund Balance— July 1, 1955 $42,836.16 $32,942.04 $ 9,89' 

Income : 

1955-56 Apportionments 36,125.00 36,125.00 

1955-56 from Charges 8,438.12 8,43{ 

Supplementary Appropriation 5,875.00 5,875.00 

Second Youth Camp receipts 149.48 149.48 

Subdistrict Institutes 99.88 99.88 

Interest 1,755.00 1,755.00 

Total Income $52,442.48 $44,004.36 $ 8,43: 

Total $95,278.64 $76,946.40 $18,33! 

Expenses: 

Salaries 19,425.96 18,499.96 92( 

House Rent 2,499.96 2,499.96 

Staff Travel 1,893.77 1,893.77 

Office Expense 1.431.38 1,431.38 

Postage 375.00 375.00 

Research Material 1,076.91 1,076.91 

Telephone and Telegraph 757.44 757.44 

Youth Emphasis Work 152.22 155 

Small church project 813.17 SIJ 

Family Life Education 79.36 71 

Employer Social Security 145.56 145.56 

Miscellaneous Expense 141.05 121.14 19.91? 

Honorariums 3,404.87 3,404.8' < 

District Work 1,459.76 1,459.7( 

Children's Work 704.33 704.3: 

Adult Work 45.49 45.4: 

General Training 1,462.66 l,462.6i 

Rally Day Promotion 149.05 149.0 

Total Expenses $36,017.94 $26,801.12 $9,216.8 

Fund Balance— June 30. 1956 $59,260.70 $50,145.28 $ 9,115.4 

Consisting of: 

Checking Accounts $10,051.28 $ 9,373.98 $ 677..- 

Accounts Receivable 149.48 149.48 

Accounts Payable ( 180.48) f 180.48) 

Balance with Central Funds 49,240.42 40,802.30 8,43S.^ 

$59,260.70 $50,145.28 $ 9,115. 



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disbursed by the Executive Secretary. This audit reflects the total of both offices for ti 
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GOLDEN CROSS FUND 
INCOME, EXPENSE AND FUND BALANCE 

For 1955-56 Conference Year Ended June 30, 1956 
Fund Balance— July 1, 1955 

Income: 

From Charges $ 25,657.29 

Interest Income 482.60 

Total Income 

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Expenses: 

Duke Hospital $ 5,879.64 

Other Hospitals: 

Burlington District 1,688.50 

Durham District 1,314.64 

Elizabeth City District 228.00 

Fayetteville District 2,747.63 

Goldsboro District 1,296.05 

New Bern District 1,211.10 

Raleigh District 3,533.05 

Rocky Mount District 1,524.50 

Wilmington District 1,976.05 

Student Chaplain Program— Duke 800.00 

Printing Church Bulletin Inserts 202.73 

Religion and Health 60.00 

Blue Cross Expense 205.56 

Total Expenses 

Fund Balance — June 30, 1956 

Consisting of: 

Checking Accounts 

Investments (reduced in the amount $617.74) 

Balance with Central Funds 

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Journal of Proceedings 235 



METHODIST RETIREMENT HOMES, INC. 
INCOME AND EXPENSE AND FUND BALANCE 

For 1955-56 Conference Year Ended June 30, 1956 

Fund Balance— July 1, 1955 $ 307,959.08 

Income : 

Contributions— Individuals $ 3,681.77 

Contributions — Furnishings 4,165.40 

Contributions (Directed) Miscellaneous 379.50 

Income from Charges 1955-56 

Apportionments 50,479.63 

Mothers' Day Special Offering 14,338.46 

Mothers' Day Special via the Home 1,631.26 

Refund Loan Commitment Deposit 1,975.00 

Interest and Dividends 230.20 

Stock (gift) 840.00 

Total Income $ 77,721.22 



Total $ 385,680.30 



Expenses: 

Salary— Director $ 6,500.00 

Director's Expense prior to opening of Home 711.32 

Mortgage Loan Expense 1,273.99 

Operating Fund 7,500.00 

Miscellaneous Expense 547.44 

Interest Expense on borrowed money 1,801.24 

Interest Expense on Mortgage 7,500.00 

Total Expense $ 25,833.99 



Fund Balance— June 30, 1956 $ 359,846.31 

Consisting of: 

Checking account $ 1,680.96 

Invest Funds— Stocks (book value) gifts 42,840.00 

Land 50,255.30 

Buildings 373,048.12 

Equipment 22,717.61 

I Furnishings 16,829.97 

( Balance with Central Funds 64,818.09 

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Total $572,19(T.05 

Less Mortgage Payable 200,000.00 

ILess Notes Payable 10,000.00 
Less Interest Payable 2,343.74 

Fund Balance— June 30, 1956 $359,846.31 

iNote: Separate accounts and banking facilities for the operation of the Home at Durham 
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Schedule N 



THE METHODIST COLLEGE FOUNDATION OF NORTH CAROLINA, INC. 
INCOME, EXPENSE OR DISTRIBUTION, AND FUND BALANCE 

For 1955-56 Conference Year Ended June 30, 1956 

V _ w 

— Q.TB 



Fund Balance— July 1, 1955 $29,527.15 $ 6,898.19 $22,544.81 $ 84.15 

Income: 
Colleges 

Duke University 

Brevard College 

Loulsburg College 

Gre'ensboro College . . . 

High Point College . . . 

Rent 

Contributions (piano) . . . 

1955-56 Third Claim 

Contributions 75,583.84 71,650.66 3,933.18: 



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4,700.00 


4,700.00 




2,040.00 


2,040.00 




3,060.00 


3,060.00 




3,497.14 


3,497.14 




4,662.86 


4,662.86 




570.00 


570.00 




2,290.00 


2,290.00 




60,000.00 




60,000.00 


75,583.84 




71,650.66 



Total Income $156,403.84 $20,820.00 $131,650.66 $3,933.18: 



Total $185,930.99 $ 27,718.19 $154,195.47 $ 4,017.; 

Expense or Distribution: 

3,975.00 



Scholarships 


. 3,975.00 






Contributions (piano) 


2,290.00 


2,290.00 




Salaries— Director 


7,800.00 


7,800.00 




Others 


3,442.80 


3,442.80 




Rent — Director 


1,800.00 


1,800.00 




Office rent, lights, water 


. 1,308.98 


1,308.98 




Travel 


2,146.00 


2,146.00 




Telephone and Telegraph 


372.15 


372.15 




Stationery, printing, 








office supplies 


613.03 


613.03 




Miscellaneous 


829.63 
68.84 


829.63 
68.84 




Employer's Social Security . 




Disbursements to Colleges 








Louisburg College 


. 32,151.82 




32,151.82 


High Point College 


. 43,796.04 




43,796.04 


Greensboro College 


. 12,124.47 




12,124.47 


Brevard College 


. 34,123.14 




34,123.14 



Total Expense 

or distribution $146,841.90 $20,671.43 $122,195.47 $ 3,975.0i 



Fund Balance— June 30, 1956 $ 39,089.09 $ 7,046.76 $ 32,000.00 $ 42.3i 



Consisting of: 

Checking account $ 7,229.59 $ 7,187.26 $ 42.3^ 

Savings account 

Accounts Payable ( 140.50) ( 140.50) 

Balance with Central Funds ..$ 32,000.00 $ 32,000.00 



.09 $ 7,046.76 $ 32,000.00 $ 42.1 

I 



Journal of Proceedings 247 

Schedule O 
METHODIST FUND, INCORPORATED 
INCOME, EXPENSE AND FUND BALANCE 

For 1955-56 Conference Year Ended June 30, 1956 

Fund Balance— July 1, 1955 

Income: 

Income on Investments $ 9,124.76 



Total Income $ 9,124.76 



Total $ 9,124.76 

Expense: 

Filing Cabinet $ 213.57 

Legal and miscellaneous expenses 331.00 

Interest on borrowed money 997.87 



Total Expenses $ 1,542.44 



Fund Balance— June 30, 1956 $ 7,582.32 



Consisting of: 

Checking Account $ 5,607.09 

Balance with Treasurer 1,975.23 

'Fund Balance— June 30, 1956 $ 7,582.32 



Note: 

There is also a Capital balance of $330,000.00 as follows: 

N. C. Conference Treasurer Central Fund $110,000.00 

N. C. Conference Board of Pensions Fund 110,000.00 

N. C. Conference Ministers' Retirement Fund . . 110,000.00 

Note: A detailed statement of securities held by Methodist Fund, Incorporated, may be 
obtained upon application addressed to P.O. Box 10344, Raleig-h, N. C. 



Schedule P 



CONFERENCE RESERVE AND UNALLOCATED FUNDS 
INCOME, DISTRIBUTION AND FUND BALANCE 

For 1955-56 Conference Year Ended June 30, 1956 



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|Pund Balance— July 1, 1955 $ 8,216.47 $ 

Income : 

Transfer from Episcopal Fund of excess 

of income over apportionment 1,778.51 1,778.51 

Interest on investments of Conf. Treasurer 15,220.02 15,220.02 



Total Income $ 16,998.53 $ 1,778.51 $ 15,220.02 



Total $ 25,215.00 $ 1,778.51 $ 23,436.49 



248 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Distribution: 

To World Service and Annual Conference 
Benevolences to cover excess of 

apportionments over income 15,121.72 1,778.51 13,343.21 



Fund Balance— June 30, 1956 (Exhibit "B") ..$ 10,093.28 $ | 10,093.28 



Consisting of: 

Balance with Conference Treasurer $ 10,093.28 $ 10,093.28 



CAMP DON-LEE. INC. 



June 4, 1956 



Mr. C. P. Morris, Treasurer 

Camp Don-Lee, Methodist Youth Camp 

North Carolina Conference 

Durham, North Carolina 

We have examined the financial records of the Camp Don-Lee Maintenance, 
Program and Construction Fund for the period October 1, 1954 through December 
31, 1955, and have prepared the attached Cash Receipts and Disbursements State- 
ment. 

All recorded receipts were traced into the bank depository and disbursements 
were verified by examination of cancelled checks. 

The cash balance at December 31, 1955 was verified by reconciliation of the 
bank statement. 

Ashlin, Thomas & Knight 

Certified Public Acountants 

CAMP DON-LEE MAINTENANCE, PROGRAM AND CONSTRUCTION FUND 
CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 

October 1954 through December 1955 

Receipts I 

Camp Fees $ $ 21,572.85 

Registration Fees 71.00 

Store Account 1,944.43 

Camp Boats 393.75 

Special Groups 761.55 

Young Adult Association 430.00 

Older Youth Assembly 350.00 

Reimbursement for Repairs 553.50 

Refund on Utilities 4.50 

Camp Donations: 

Meals for Millions $ 21.00 

Boys' Town — Korea 40.38 

Kindergarten — Austria 94.05 

M.Y.F 284.11 439.54 

Total Receipts $ 26,521.12 

Disbursements 
Program : 

Food $ 7,412.02 

Store 2,757.66 

Printing and Postage 658.90 

Supplies 1,074.90 

First Aid 263.16 

Counselor's Expense 2,071.57 

Office Supplies 8.83 

Salaries 2,362.40 

Petty Cash 220.00 



Journal of Proceedings 249 

Legal and Audit 20.00 

Insurance — Camper 568.70 

Rent— Camp Caroline 2,628.25 

Rent— Camp Singletary 15.00 

I Camper Refunds 605.55 

Payroll Taxes 36.00 

National Convocation of Methodist Youth 6.00 

Christian Adventure Camp Fund 8.00 

I N. C. Christian Missionary Society 1,184.50 

! Mrs. C. P. Morris— M.y.F 284.11 

! Meals for Millions 21.00 

I Kindergarten — Austria 94.05 

I Boys' Town— Korea 40.38 

' Overseas Relief 30.38 

I A. C. A. Building Fund 10.00 

I Miscellaneous 150.62 $ 22,531.98 



Vlaintenance : 

, Caretaker $ 250.00 

; Gas and Oil 358.74 

■ Electricity 448.09 

' Fuel— Cooking 281.31 

i Telephone 333.89 

Repairs 594.52 

, New Equipment 826.44 

I Supplies 83.64 

t Insurance — Motor Vehicles 86.95 

• Truck and Tractor Expense 33.90 

License— Truck 12.00 

Exterminating 77.50 

Upkeep of Grounds 94.13 

Opening and Closing 412.44 $ 3,893.55 



Total Disbursements $ 26,425.53 

Excess of Receipts over Disbursements $ 95.59 

Cash Reconciliation 

Cash Receipts over Disbursements $ 95.59 

Cash Balance— October 1, 1954 1,784.94 



Cash Balance— December 31, 1955 $ 1,880.53 

Bank Reconciliation — December 31, 1955 
The Fidelity Bank — Durham, North Carolina 

alance per Bank Statement $ 1,917.23 

: Outstanding Checks: No. 486 

No. 487 

No. 492 

No. 493 

No. 498 

ish Balance — December 31, 1955 



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250 



North Carolina Annual Conference 



METHODIST YOUTH ASSEMBLIES 

September 20, 1956 | 

Mr. Herman Winberry, Director | 

Methodist Youth Assemblies | 

Durham, North Carolina li 

f 

We have examined the financial records of the Methodist Youth Assemblies 'i 

for the year ended July 31, 1956 and have prepared the attached Cash Receipts .ji 

and Disbursements Statement. I 

All recorded receipts were traced into the depository and disbursements were j 

verified by the examination of cancelled checks. | 

The cash balance at July 31, 1956 was verified by reconciliation of the state- ' 
ment furnished by the bank. A savings account is maintained with the Home 
Savings and Loan Association and as at July 31, 1956 the balance was six hundred 
ninety six dollars and thirty seven cents ($696.37). The savings account is for the 
apparent purpose of providing a replacement fund for the station wagon. 

Ashlin, Thomas and Knight 

Certified Public Accountants 



CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 

For the Year Ended July 31, 1956 

Receipts 

Assembly Income $ $ 8,194.54 

Methodist Youth Returns 1,334.01 

Christian Outreach Conference 162.95 

Louisburg Assembly 8,826.62 

Station Wagon Rental 87.28 

Total Receipts 



$ 18,605.40 



Disbursements 
Louisburg Assembly: 

Staff Expense $ 353.34 

Promotion 374.19 

Supplies 328.38 

Insurance 235.20 

Camp Assembly Fund 20.00 

Louisburg College 5,837.75 

Miscellaneous Expense 7.67 $ 8,156.53 

Annual Conference Session: 

Staff Expense .$ 677.43 

Promotion 189.97 

Supplies 328.75 

Insurance 149.80 

Public Address System Expense 109.41 

Duke University 4,982.02 6,437.38 

Older Youth Assembly 109.90 

Conference Work 934.17 

Postage 127.81 

Office Expense 675.23 

Bank Charges 12.37 

Audit 20.00 

MYFund Promotion 258.39 

Resource Material 318.31 

District Work 171.77 

Youth Council 114.04 

Station Wagon Maintenance 767.09 

Station Wagon Saving— Home Sav. & Loan . 114.00 



Journal of Proceedings 



251 



Returned Checks 

Miscellaneous Expense 

Total Disbursements 

Excess of Receipts over Disbursements 
Cash Balance — August 1, 1955 

Cash Balance— July 31, 1956 



18.50 
65.50 



$ 18,300.99 



304.41 
525.35 



829.76 



Bank Reconci 
The Fidelity Bank- 
Balance per Bank Statement 

Less Outstanding Checks: No. 1458 
No. 1477 
No. 1510 
No. 1814 
No. 2278 


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No. 2512 
No. 2513 
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Cash Balance— July 31, 1956 







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207.65 



829.76 



WESLEY FOUNDATION COMMISSION 



June 19, 1956 



"Wesley Foundation Commission 
Mr. C. P. Morris, Treasurer 
Durham, North Carolina 

We have checked the records of the Wesley Foundation Commission for the 
period from August 1, 1955 through May 31, 1956 and have prepared the attached 
Cash Receipts and Disbursements Statement. 

All recorded receipts were traced into the depository and all disbursements 
were verified by examination of cancelled checks. The bank account maintained 
with The Fidelity Bank, Durham, North Carolina, was reconciled at May 31, 1956. 

Ashlin, Thomas and Knight 

Certified Public Accountants 



CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 

August 1, 1955 through May 31, 1956 

Receipts 



iTreasurer, Western N. C. Conference 

Treasurer, N. C. Conference 

Treasurer, W.S.C.S., Western N. C. Conf. . 
Treasurer, W.S.C.S., North Carolina Conf. . 



$ 13,260.00 

5,303.70 

2,350.00 

400.00 



252 North Carolina Annual Conference 

Edenton St. Meth. Church, Raleigh, N. C. . . 100,00 



Total Receipts $ 21,413.70 

Add: Cash Balance— August 1, 1955 1,304.18 



Total Available Cash $ 22,717.S 

Disbursements 

Wesley Foundation, U.N.C., University 
Methodist Church, Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Salary of Director $ 2,700.00 

Maintenance of Church 1,125.00 

Wesley Foundation, N. C. State and Meredith 
Colleges, Fairmont Methodist Church, 

Raleigh, N. C 3,000.00 

Wesley Foundation, W.C.U.N.C, College Place 

Methodist Church, Greensboro, N. C. ... 3,000.00 

M.S.F., Duke University, Durham, N. C 3,000.00 

Wesley Foundation, A.S.T.C., Boone 
Methodist Church, Boone, N. C. 

Inter-Conference Commission $ 500.00 

W.S.C.S., W. N. C. Conference 1,350.00 1,850.00 



Wesley Foundation. E.C.C., Greenville, N. C. 500.00 

Wesley Foundation, W.C.C, Cullowhee, N. C. 1,300.00 

M.S.F., Davidson College, Davidson Methodist 

Church, Davidson, N. C 300.00 

M.S.F., Catawba College, First Methodist 

Church, Salisbury, N. C 50.00 

M.S.F., Wake Forest College, Wake Forest 

Methodist Church, Wake Forest, N. C. . . 112.10 

State Director: 

Salary $ 2,200.00 

Travel 575.32 

Secretarial Expense 400.00 

Office Expenses 297.94 



Promotion Expenses 103.89 3,577.15 

Miscellaneous Expenses: 

Auditing $ 15.00 

Subscriptions — (Nursing Schools) 48.00 

M.S.M. Council Meeting 28.87 

Student Regional Expense 30.00 

Tarheel Fellowship 33.00 

Service Charge .43 155.30 



Total Disbursements $ 20,669.55 



Balance, Cash in Bank, May 31, 1956 $ 2,048.33 : 



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